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KICU
Jan 12, 2013 11:30pm PST
announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant q x . >>> you can see signs of 49er fever all over san francisco tonight. here is a live look at embarcadero center where all four centers are outlined in red and gold lighting of officials flipped the switch last night. the plan is to keep the lights on every night until the niner's postseason run is over and that 49er fever was burning red-hot in front of big screens all over the bay area, especially at the neighborhood sportsbar. ktvu's john sasaki is with fans at kezar pub. >> reporter: how is it going, john. >> reporter: this is kezar pub in san francisco, and dozens of fans are still celebrating the big win tonight. you can imagine that 49er legends and fans here earlier went nuts as the 49ers finished off the packers. >> you can't even make it through the bar. i got to enjoy the game with all of my friends. it was nothing, but the good taste of victory. >> let's go niners! >> reporter: the hundreds of fans h
KICU
Jan 30, 2013 1:00pm PST
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KRON
Jan 30, 2013 11:00pm PST
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KICU
Jan 22, 2013 11:30pm PST
behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >>> in news of the world tonight, tel aviv prime minister did not come ahead in the votes. the new party is a party who favors peace talks. >>> a u.s. air force transport plane touched down today in the capital. it was one of five flights bringing french troops and equipment. the french began their fight against the islamic extremist in northern mali 11 days ago. >>> and in spain a surveillance camera shows a woman fainting and falling ton the subway tracks in madrid. other passengers panic as a train is approaching. then a police officer jumps on to the train tracks. he grabs the woman and pulls her to safety on the other side. police say the woman suffered minor injuries. >>> the battle overturning a small patch of land into a dog park near oakland's lake merit may soon be coming to an end. instead the city is now proposing that a half acre of snow park be turned into a fenced dog park. a
KICU
Jan 27, 2013 11:30pm PST
this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ho ho ho ♪ green giant mom, pop it. ♪ two inches apart, becky. two inches. t-minus nine minutes. [ ding ] [ female announcer ] pillsbury cinnamon rolls. let the making begin. ♪ [ female announcer ] go from zero to pizza in just 60 seconds with totino's pizza rolls and grab a bite of snack-defying, satisfying... because pizza...never...misses. it's on. let's roll. >>> with the team flag waving proudly from the plane, the 49ers arrive in new orleans ready for the super bowl. good evening i'm julie haener. >> the team arrived in new orleans a week ahead of the big game. the odds favor the 49ers as they prepare to take on the baltimore ravens. the red and gold have been to the super bowl v times and each time they came home victorious. their last super bowl appearance was back in 1995. good evening i'm eric rasmussen in for ken wayne. joe fonzi is live in new orleans where he's already heard from head coach jim harbaugh and witnessed the reception the team received at the hotel tonight
KRON
Jan 24, 2013 8:00pm PST
, all delicious. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ho ho ho ♪ green giant >> tonight. we're hearing from the college football star who has been linked to a hoax involving a dead girlfriend, who never actually existed. kron-4's dan kerman has more on how manti te'o says. he got caught up in the hoax. >> reporter: this football players thought the fed surely did excess. thewhile he believes that it was this woman however, they think that this man created the online profile and use this woman's photo. >> you have no idea of of of voice on the other end of the phone was do you think that could have been a man of the other end of the phone? >> it did not sound like a man. >> he was told in september that she died but in the month of december, he found out that she believed that the sheep was dea however,-haazn haazi cou of been alive. >> however, some of the me what party was saying that is it she alive? what would everybody think? what are you going to tell everybody? had to this point of amanda that has created this whole sa
KOFY
Jan 8, 2013 12:00am PST
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FOX
Jan 15, 2013 9:00am PST
announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >>> it's time for another edition of the best of "right this minute." the videos on our website. >> everybody's talking about the flu epidemic, wauving hands, using hand sanitizer. imagine in this happens? someone comes down the street and sneezes. they aren't real sneezes. a squirt bottle, michlting water out as they walk by. people are thinking they're getting sneezed on, coughed on. this would make me lose my mind. i would punch somebody in the face. >> the video seems like one thing turns into another. this girl is singing "so so sick" by kneeneo, but her boyfriend -- to see this video, go to our website and click on -- >> best of rtm. >> corky is not new to us here at "right this minute." when he was just a kitten found wandering in fargo, north dakota with a strange abnormality. you could see his back legs. remember, hind legs crisscrossed and corkscrewed? found by the cats cradle shelter. they said we're not
FOX
Jan 8, 2013 12:00pm PST
? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >>> oakland police are looking for two suspects in a shooting that injured an innocent taco struck worker. the shooting happened around 8:30 on 23rd avenue near foothill boulevard. dash boulevard. police say the intended -- foothill boulevard. police say the intended victim tried to run away but crashed. a $5,000 reward is being offered in the search for those suspects. >>> earlier today, a teenager became oakland's first homicide victim of the year. police say he was shot as he sat alone in a car parked near heggenberger road and hamilton street. the system alerted police to the shooting just before 1:00 in the afternoon. no word on a suspect or a motive. >>> a former oakland nursing student accused of killing seven people has been declared not mentally competent to stand trial. an alameda county judge issued the ruling after reviewing reports from two psychiatrists who examined goe. they concluded he suffe
FOX
Jan 9, 2013 9:30am PST
this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ho ho ho ♪ green giant >>> hi, everybody. i'm beth troutman. we have grade videos for you and it's time to start talking about them -- "right this minute." >>> rare video as an elephant is caught trying to steal that newnorthern pnew newborn pup. >> we've got the story behind the baby mama drama. >>> a woman appears to find a wallet, but watch what she does. >> the surveillance video that will make your jaw drop. >>> it's time for the doritos super bowl ad contest, and -- >> here are your five finalists. >> how you can pick a winner. everything from a freaky goat to a happy dog. >> which means a bare naked -- >> ah! >>> plus a rare weather event has somebody excited. >> golly! >>> and get a load of this guy. >> some booty sniffing. >> i was wondering if that's what you were going to say. see what's behind the snea >>> the only way to describe this is, baby mama drama of the animal kind. what you're looking at are two elephant seals fighting over this pup. >> oh! >> the female that you'
FOX News
Jan 12, 2013 8:00am PST
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FOX News
Jan 26, 2013 11:30am PST
green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ho ho ho ♪ green giant >> jill kelley is a florida socialite who got the media spotlight after he claims she received threatening e-mails from an anonymous sender. the fbi got involved and discovered the e-mails came from paula broadwell, a biographer who it turns out had an affair with the man she wrote about, that man, general david petraeus and resigned cia director after the story went public just after the election. three months later she wants her story out. is it a little too late? >> well, nobody cares. i mean, really, and what's interesting about it, she actually complains in the pa piece that she came out and wrote that nobody would move on. and then everybody's moved on and then she wants to talk about it. >> jon: yes. vicky, you were offered the story. >> i was offered the story and i turned her down because i was offered two terms. the first, could she have the cover and i have a big piece coming out which addressed the real issue about jill kelley, i would disagree kirsten, one
KOFY
Jan 11, 2013 12:00am PST
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FOX News
Jan 26, 2013 11:00am EST
>> it is long periods of time. >> i do. everyone should be watching dave asbin on forbes on fox. >> no wonder union guys are throwing punches like this. they are looking at dwindling numbers. unions are losing 400,000 members last year. leaders are blaming it on government spending cuts and stories like this. bus tires are slashhed and disabled kids are stranded in the middle of the union driver strike should unions be blaming themselves? i am dave asbin. welcome to forbes on fox. steve, and elizabeth and rick and mike and bill. steve, who do unions have to blame for >> the public sector salaries are unaffordable . private sector, people are find figure you want real growth, you can't be strangle in the work rules. in chicago, unions made a few concessions because conventions are saying we'll not come and can't get anything done. >> there is a sense that the unions care more about the political power than jobs. look at what happened to boeing 747 and twinkies . american airlines. they went bankrupt. >> i will not deny that unions haven't played a roll in shooting themselves in the foot. they did to some deagree. you do find that 50 percent of it was due to anticollective bargaining agreements that we are seeing in the states . right to work legislation . these things are taking a toll. we are seeing the thing that is unions spent so many years fighting for is now codified as part of federal law. it is not over yet. california numbers are going up. >> emac. the fact is, a lot of right to work laws are hurting the unions and people are voting for them. they spent million in trying to defeat the right to work laws. they are winning in michigan and now pushing in pennsylvania. >> when you look at what is going on with the union movement. the drop came because of drop in government workers. they are saying it is not worth the aggravation and paying dues for what. we are getting the benefits, but the union is not representing us and benefits are getting cut. wisconsin was a watershed moment. if the unions made concessions that governor walker wanted and they vote for the union reform they may have had collective bargaining and they shot themselves in the foot in wisconsin. >> bill, when unions take a stand it is usually a situation that ends up with fewer jobs with twirchingis and american airlines? >> i don't glareagree. i think the decline in cosmic things like the pacific ocean . easy to ship goods in from china. what might save the unions, the fact that the chinese are no longer willing to work on assembly line for safe wangs. in china factory jobs are paying better than office jobs . >> they are spending millions trying to win things they are losing. >> the governor from wisconsin, scott walker, they spent millions trying to defeat him and they lost. >> the purpose of unions is to get members more and have them do less. that runs counter to productivity. the only way economy grows is adding more people. unions run counter to that and why more people are against them. >> steve when they spend millions on issues they are losing, that is union dues money and doesn't fall out of the sky. >> yes, they are heavily in politics and union members don't have to pay for politicing and focusing on the bargains they don't pay the dues. it is overreach. >> are they toothless tigers. >> no, you have to keep an eye on this. the great state of california numbers are on the swing. they are coming from the latino community. one group of people that republicans are trying to become friends with. >> look at overall figures. union members down below 7 percent, emake. >> that's right. we haven't seen this in decades, david. the gig is uon the other side of the aisle. taxpayers realize that government unions lobby for more spend more tax hikes and meaning property taxes go up. why? to pay for the benefits . taxpayers are saying wait a second, we get it . the union members understand the back lash, too. >> bill, your back shot was hard to digest, but there are so many overseas jobs that used to go to unimembers here. is there any way unions can bring those jobs back to china back home. >> yes, manufacturing jobs are coming back to north america because china is coming back. i disagree that the unions are on the defensive when it comes to government. they own government. >> one place it is growing is public sector. >> ebe mac touched on the reason why. government doesn't compete. they raise taxes. private sector where business is up to compete on the price of the product. unions make companies less competitive. >> what does it say about unions. they used to represent . people were proud to put the union label on the product. is that still true, steve? >> no, all you have to do is lookk at detroit and the legacy and companies that went in to right to work states and they paid competitive wages and did well in a normal economy and the unions outlived their usefulness. >> rick, do unions have a pr problem and have to say go back to basics and say we make better products. >> they do have pr problems but a healthy chunk of that is the effort to discredit them and it took root. >> hold on, emac. it is not hard to discredit richard trunka who? in my eyes was like a thug. look what he did in the united mines. the folks perception is that they are thugs and not helping the union membership. >> their rhetoric goes in hyper drive and profoundly irerational of the things that unions are saying. i believe in protecting the work force. but you want a rational union leadership that we don't have in this country right now. >> last word from emac. coming up next. >> be smart in making the right investment. >> the administration wants more aid. but to countries over seas, is it more about checks and balances. sometimes what we suffer from is bigger than we think ... like the flu. with aches, fever and chills- the flu's a really big deal. so why treat it like it's a little cold? there's something that works differently than over-the-counter remedies. prescription tamiflu attacks the flu virus at its source. so don't wait. call your doctor right away. tamiflu is prescription medicine for treating the flu in adults and children one year and older whose flu symptoms started within the last two days. before taking tamiflu tell your doctor if you're pregnant, nursing. have serious health conditions, or take other medicines. if you develop an allergic reaction, a severe rash, or signs of unusl behavior, stop taking tamiflu and call your doctor immediately. children and adolescents in particular may be at an increased risk of seizures, confusion or abnormal behavior. the most common side effects are mild to moderate nausea and vomiting. the flu comes on fast, so ask your doctor about tamiflu. prescription for flu. >> hi, everybody. live from america's news headquarters. there is a dangerous and icy situation developing and it is on affecting portions of the country today. a powerful new storm making its way in the southeast and heading in the plains. subzero temperatures and snow making for treacherous road conditions. in virginia. it is dangerous out there . major scare for traveler sky. imagine looking out of your plane video. a engine on fire after lightning struck a plane in turkey. the flights flickered. the plane landed safely and thankfully no one was hurt. we'll send it back to forbes on fox. go to fox news.com. >> we have to deal with our own economy and our fiscal situation. that is a given because that is the source of our strength and our capacity and we also have to be smart about making the right invest ams of diplomacy and development in trying to solve problems and prevent them. >> outgoing secretary of state calling for more foreign aid to middle east and afri campt it is reported that the three americans killed in the algeria were killed with weapons from libya where the u.s. has been pumping millions in aide. this is where foreign aide should be based on performance. >> in politics, they need to take a cue from well run business. look at afford and goals and not send f-16 fighter jets to countries that want to eliminate israel. >> rick, in this case, the investment mean what way they perform for us in our interest and not in their own? >> yes, you are looking for quality performance, you will be happy to know that the obama administration put in the staunchest problem to do that. i want to be david when i grow up. here is the report. there is tough measures. >> good role model. >> i couldn't agree more. one problem to recognize, certain amount of the foreign aid goes to places where we might not want to know where it is going to accomplish the goals we need to accomplish . do we want to consider exposing everything. >> money going to egypt run by the muslim brotherhood. >> tipecal of secretary clinton. when there is a problem throw more money at it and most foreign aid is a waste of money it may be military aid to friends. but it hinders economic development and does not promote it. >> you heard that egypt will get f-16 fighter jets and again going to the muslim brotherhood, is that right? >> no. it is not right and give it to strengthen our embassy and military presence. this country feels that it is entitled to our money. time and again, egypt has behaved in the most irrepreentible manner. the president of egypt said the hatred of jews should be instilled in children. say i get to punch you in the nose every day . each time you have to pay me a $100, would you take that. >> no. >> there you go. there is proof positive. >> what about this. >> it is ceened of return on our investment. >> so far we have poured a trillion of economic in the third world over the past half century with little to show for it the recipients don't value basic tenants was liberty that make capitalism work. have a win or take all contest . honestly, the winner would be the country that has the best record on democracy and free speech and property rights. >> make them fight for it and if they win they get the whole bill of goods. >> that is hysterical. >> something else we are not talking about. corruption. a lot of the aid programs. a lot of them do have corruption built in . the money ends up not going to the poor farmers but the rich folks in the top of the food chain. >> and ultimately the checks and balances are with us the voters. we put people in politics while we give aid to africa and have trade restrictions on businesses in africa that want to export. we defeat the reason of the investment in the first place. no matter how much foreign aid. the incompetence surrounding benghazi and f-16 scandered all of the usefulness. >> there is a justice department probe on contract rigging . so there is corruption here. >> it was the corruption i referenced in my first comment. unfortunately we don't always want to know where it goes. steve forbes took his first hillary clinton shot for the 2016 campaign it happened this morning. >> there will be a lot more to come not just based on this. but what she stands for in terps of taxing and spending . >> emac, will we get these things run right? no matter how we try to parcel out the foreign aid some willepped up in the wrong hands? >> that's true. jfk who instituted the foreign aid program was right in saying we need to spread american democracy and freedom around the world. he said to be prus dent and effective and that is not what is happening now it is not right to give taxpayer money to brutitality in over seas. >> emac is getting the last world this week time after time. >> and phil mickleson and tiger woods driving home a tax message to help save green, not on the course but green in your wallet. >> and first, right here on forbes. one lawmaker pushing to put more pork in dc's diet despite the horreppedous debt and someone here said that is good news? whatever a spider pig does. no, he can't. he's a pig. look out. he is a spider pig. 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[ voice of dennis ] silence. are you in good hands? of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ho ho ho green giant >> we are back. which stock is next? emac a oil call would core. >> they analyze the reservoirs and oil and list. market in considerable growth here. >> bill? >> oil service is a beye-polar kind of a stock. this one at 20 times book value is in a manic face. >> general cable. making copper cables why do you like them? >> they supplied for samuel morris . did a good job. >> mike, they have been around. >> turning into a commodity business and too much competition and hurting margins and a time warner, why do you like them now? >> they are adding great programming like the los angeles lakers and paying for that bypassing through price ipcreases to their customers. >> loving that sports programming. what do you think emac. >> i wish television subscr
KOFY
Jan 9, 2013 12:00am PST
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[ giggles ] ♪ the one and only, cheerios it came from the vessel traffic service. the new information is sure to be a factor when the ntsb begins its investigation. >> what we will be doing is gathering investigation. throughout the investigation we will be looking at the van, the machine and the environment. we will determine what caused this. >> sky 7hd shows coast guard investigators on board the overseas rain bar. they interest vied the bar pilot who was at the helm at the time of the accident. he passed an alcohol test, the result of a drug test are still pending. investigators also looked at the crushed hole from inside the ship. >> we continue to run through the records and conduct technical analysis. we will look at the internals of the vessel to get a good internal analysis of the hull itself. >> the oil tanker was empty when it sideswiped the fenders. the bridge itself was not damaged. >> i guess the first thought that came to my mind when i heard about it was the word unbelievable. >> long-time san francisco maritime attorney is not a part of the investigation, but has represented dozens of captains and bar pilots following accidents. >> we want the course recorder. it is like a black box thing. it would show what the maneuvers of the vessel was. i want to look at the engine room logs. i would want to look at the deck log. >> the ntsb investigation could take up to a year to complete. its findings may prevent future accidents from happening again. live on treasure island, cornell bernard, abc7 news. >> thank you. >>> the abc7 news i team has uncovered new information about the man piloting the overseas raymar at the time of the accident. they found three addresses under his name, one in san francisco, one in wyoming and what appears to be his most current in maryland. you are seeing video provided to the i team by the san francisco bar pilots. the bar pilots work one week on and one week off, but they can trade shifts. the i team's dan noyes asked the shipping industry officials about the possibility of pilot fatigue. the possibility that the bar pilot came to san francisco from maryland right before the crash. >> is it a fair question to ask if he was on a red eye the night before that? >> absolutely. we don't know when he came on shift or came off shift or when he came on ship or got off the ship. >> the shipping industry last year filed suit to get information about the pilot's shifts and whether they may be fatigued. in september a judge ruled in favor of the shippers. the par pilots and the board are appealing. >>> moving on, abc7 news -- sorry, carolyn. they were the first to report the ship collision in maryland. you can follow us at abc7 news bay area and abc7news.com. we have a slide show with pictures of the damaged ship and the bridge support. check us out there. you might want to grab an umbrella before you head out to work, and a coat. it will be cold. sandhya patel is here with live doppler 7hd. sandhya? >> dan, great advice. it is going to be cooler tomorrow, and we will need the umbrellas in some areas. let's check out live doppler 7hd because we have high clouds overhead. fog has formed down below. look at the visibility where it is foggy. concord reporting visibility down to two and a half miles and three miles in half moon bay. give yourself extra time for the morning commute. it will slow you down in spots. here is a sign of the cold system that is coming. it is producing rain and snow in the pacific northwest. that will be heading down toward the bay area. i will show you when you will need the umbrellas and how low the local snow levels are going to go in a few minutes. carolyn? >> thank you. >>> it was a fight to the death between a man and an intruder in his apartment. tonight police have been interviewing the tenant who killed that intruder. it happened at the apartment complex in pittsburgh on easterly land road. that's where alan wang is live with the story. alan? >> carolyn, police believe it was likely an attempted burglary. but the tenant was in his home alone when the intruder tried to break in. police say when the male tenant in apartment 124 looked through his peep hole and saw someone trying to break in he immediately went to his bedroom and grabbed his gun. >> by the time you make it back to the front door, he is confronted by the suspect who was no you inside of his house. the suspect engages in a physical altercation. during the altercation, the resident loses control of the firearm. >> the tenant manages to stab the intruder in the neck killing him. the intruder was a 54-year-old pittsburgh man with an extensive criminal history. >> it does appear that the homeowner was acting in self-defense. jay he shouldn't have been breaking into his house. jay there isn't much sympathy for the dead man here at the villa serena apartments. they say it has been relatively safe here, but now there is concern. >> looks like that is what i will have to do next time somebody comes up in my house. times are rough. it seems like they don't even care if you are there or not. with crime on the rise, they are taking the law into their own hands. it is something they are contemplating because they can relate to the neighbor who fought back. >> he is a nice guy. he dropped them off and family oriented. he is a nice guy. >> police say the inyou had truer had a gun that turned out to be a fake one. they also arrested two other people nearby who they believe had some connection to the intruder. reporting live in pittsburgh, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, thanks very much. and just three blocks away, another pittsburgh resident took the law into his own hands and apprehended a burglary suspect. neighbors told police that they saw four people escaping with valuables from a house. police arrested three of them, and then a fourth tried to hide in a neighbor's garage. that homeowner armed himself and caught that fourth person at gun point. >> my neighbor's dog kept on barking, so i looked in my garage and peeked around the side of the bikes and there he was. he surprised me. >> you can bet it did. officers say three of the four people arrested are juveniles. police say the suspect stole electronics and jewelry from the house. >>> new at 11:00, a burglar has stolen a golden box estimated to be worth $800,000. this is the museum's second burglary in two months. police say someone broke in early monday morning, and that person stole the box along with a chunk of quartz from the gold rush area. in mid-november someone stole gold nuggets and other items. they made no arrest in either case. >>> elective surgeries are postponed until tomorrow evening as it recovers from a water emergency. officials issued a code dry at the medical center at its merit pavilion campus. water was restored after 5:00 p.m. but for more than four hours, surgeries were canceled and no one could use sinks or flushed toilets. it affects all aspects of the hospital except for urgent patient care issues. the hospital blames it on a utility failure, but they would not elaborate. >>> governor jerry brown says he will be here to, quote, kick around for a longtime after completing radiation treatment for prostate cancer. >> i'm ready. i am raring to go. don't expect me to leave too soon. >> the 70 -- 74-year-old governor says he is finished with his treatment. it is going great. brown had surgery to remove a growth on his nodes. the governor general will release his proposed budget and deliver his state of the state address on january 24th. >>> lance armstrong is preparing for his first interview since being banned from cycling for life. he will sit down with oprah winfrey, and he is expected to talk about the doping scandal, of course. he has always de night -- denied the accusations. then last week there were reports that he was considering a public admission. >>> well, up next, diet drinks. they promise to help you keep the pounds off, but new research suggests there is another unintended consequence you need to know about. >> i'm john alston in thap paw where 200 people are discussing what to do about gun violence in america. >> and the neighborhood squabble over wild turkeys. why one group says they must be moved. >> and here is what i coming up on jimmy kimmle live right after this newscast. >> good times, guys. tonight music from no doubt and jennifer aniston will be giving me a haircut. >> that's right. >> is there anyway you can make me look like george clooney? >> it is a haircut, jimmy. it is not surgery. >> jimmy kimmle live starts at his new time at 11:35 tonight right after us. abc7 n >>> passions ran high after several gun forums in the bay area. these were triggered by the elementary school shooting in connecticut and hundreds of people with differing opinions on gun rights filled napa city hall. john alston joins us there live. john? >> carolyn, it wrapped up a short time ago. it was billed as a chance for the local congressman to hear from citizens about ways to stop gun violence, but also to deal with issues like mental health programs and violence in the entertainment industry. the evening featured passionate give and take on the subject of gun control and gun rights. >> for you to sit there and try to limit and encourage people to limit our constitution is just appalling. >> at times the man getting the backlash was congressman mike thompson who was just appointed by nancy pelosi to lead a gun violence prevention task force. it follows it is -- it follows the mass shooting of 20 elementary school students and several in newtown, connecticut. he wants to ban the semiautomatic rifle used in the attack. >> as a gun owner and hunter, i don't think they do us any good. i don't think they should be in our communities and in our streets. >> the over flow crowd of about 200 spilled down the hallway of napa city hall. they heard a few speakers repeat the nra's call to have armed guards in all schools. >> those kids might have been alive if a few of the office personnel or some of the people had a concealed carry permit to protect our children. >> that idea did not go unchallenged. >> i know i will get booed, but when i listen to the leadership of the nra saying we need more guns in the schools, i could vomit. >> speakers called for better mental health programs and blamed a reliance on pharmaceuticals. >> seems like now society is throwing pills to these young men like tic-tacs. >> and media coverage of shootings took a hit. >> because of them it makes shooting up a school or library, post office, something glorified. >> congressman thompson will hold a similar forum tomorrow in vallejo and thursday in santa rosa. he will then take his ideas back to washington for possible legislation. live at napa city hall, abc7 news. >> thanks a lot. >>> more problems for the boeing 787 dreamliner. the plane was taxiing to the runway at boston's logan international airport today when a pilot in another plane noticed fuel spewing from a wing. the japan airlines flight to tokyo was aborted, and the plane was towed to the gate. another dreamliner had an electrical fire yesterday at the same airport. they come as they are set to launch nonstop 787 service from mineta san jose airport to tokyo this friday. >>> scientists believe diet drinks could lead to depression. they looked at artificially sweetened sodas, juices and teas, and adults who consumed four drinks a day increased their risk of depression. it does not proof that diet drinks cause it, but people dealing with diabeteses and obesity consume diet drinks and those conditions can lead to depression. >>> a pair of turkeys is running loose in a san jose neighborhood, and wildlife officials are worried they could be in danger. the turkeys have been spotted near first street and i-880 since the holidays. wildlife emergency services shot this video after neighbors complained. it is a pretty good size toury could. however they will not remove the turkeys because some oppose taking the birds away. the group wild rescue says if the birds remain they could be killed by a car, a person. >>> it is getting marketly colder outside. >> indeed, very chilly and rain is coming. sand jaw patel is here with the forecast. >> you haven't seen cold yet. some of the coldest air of the season is about to arrive, and it will all arrive starting tomorrow. it will start to move in and settle in by thursday into friday. right now live doppler 7hd is showing you clouds overhead. we have high clouds and fog down below in patches. 40s, 50s, 39 in concord. today's high temperatures were anywhere from the 50s to the upper 60s. a real mild day in most areas except for the inland valleys where the fog is snow to lift. patchy valley fog tonight. tomorrow afternoon we will see a few showers and turning colder thursday into friday. tomorrow morning watch out for the fog. give yourself extra time for the morning chute. temperatures, most areas in the 40s will see a few upper 30s in the coldest inland valleys. and when you leave home, you might want to carry your umbrella with you. we do have a cold system coming out of the gulf of alaska that will bring scattered light showers, and it will be turning colder. let me show you a computer animation. 5:00 a.m. when you are heading out the door some of you are starting your commute early. you will see some clouds. if you are taking your kids to school you will just see clouds of the by 3:00 p.m. a few showers will develop ahead of this cold front. this cold front is not expected to bring a lot of moisture. the next little batch is thursday morning at 3:00 a.m. the snow levels will be coming down 1500 to 2,000 feet. don't be surprised if some of the highest peaks get a few flurries or dustings on thursday. we will start to see the sun breaking through by thursday afternoon and the rainfall total is not impressive with this one. anywhere from nothing to a 10th of an inch. a hit or miss shower will produce snow in the high country tomorrow night. 46 in tahoe. we are looking at snow flurries on thursday. if you have travel plans on friday, partly cloudy. no problems if you will enjoy the fresh powder going into the weekend. but it is only going to amount to several inches. one thing i want to pass along are the highest tides of the year are coming up over the next three days. over seven feet tomorrow and over seven feet thursday, friday for san francisco in the morning. coyote creek in the south bay looking at high tides of over 10 days. please keep that in mind. coastal areas may see some minor low-lying flooding. just be aware as the tides run higher. tomorrow afternoon the temperatures are running cooler. low to mid50s. a few showers developing. could see some snow around lake county, especially around elevations around 1500 feet and around the monterey bay. midto upper 50s for your highs. the possibility of a few showers late at night. here is a look at the forecast for the 49ers up against the green bay packers at candlestick park this saturday. it will be cold, but it will be dry. at 8:00 p.m., dropping to the mid40s. accu-weather seven-day forecast, you will notice a few showers going into thursday morning. then colder air settles in. the temperatures will really stay in the 50s. now a slight chance of showers saturday early in the day. not going to affect the niners game. dry for the rest of the weekend and into next week. >> sandhya, thank you. >> speaking of the niners, they are gearing up for their biggest game of the season so far. >> and a lot of pressure on the quarterback. sports director larry beil is here. >> i got scared for a second. saturday? that's early. for colin kaepernick the second part of the season is a dress rehearsal. he was the understudy and is alright let's break it down. mom, pop it. ♪ two inches apart, becky. two inches. t-minus nine minutes. 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[ ringing ] it's on. let's roll. smith will be able to play at full strength. it is unclear who the kickers will be. but they are crystal clear when it comes to colin kaepernick. they expect him to play well saturday night 49ers versus green bay. you talk about pressure when jim harbaugh made the move to kaepernick it was done to prep for games like this. the second game started seven games. now he is faced with trying to keep pace with aaron rogers of the packers. if kaep is nervous at all, it does not show. >> i don't think you have to be show cal -- vocal to be a leader. at the quarterback position you have to speak up at time. you can lead by your actions and showing people you are prepared and the decisions you make on the field. jay for colin it is -- >> for colin it is another game. the way he handles it day-to-day has been very mature. i don't think you are going to see any big eyes. >> the raiders' line backer was arrested in alabama again. this time for a tinted window violation. but then he lied about his identity. he was involved in a brawl and it resulted in gunfire. he was disappointing on and off the field. expect him to be released at some point. it is the women's hoops version of the big game. stanford at cal. it was big. both teams ranked in the top 10. stanford number five in the nation. there is the tree. cal at number seven. in berkeley tonight the time winding down and britney boyd with the steel. gets it back and lay itself in. cal up 31-29, but stone cold in the second half shot just 30% from the floor. stanford taking over. amber orange to the rack strong. finished with 15 points. and a crazy play here. inbounds off the glass who had 26. stanford wins their 81st consecutive pack 12 game 62-53 the final. baseball's halve fame -- hall of fame voting will be tomorrow. barry bonds is eligible, but he is not getting in. at least they don't think he will. the steroid scandal hung over him and that includes roger clemens and sam may sosa. sammy sosa. he put up hall of fame numbers even before being suspected it of juicing. you need 75% to enter the hall. abc7 sports is brought to you by river rock casino. >> very unlikely. >> i would be shocked. >> thanks, larry. >>> the launch is just minutes away. >> oh, it is a peek of tonight's "jimmy kimmle live" in [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? 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>>> hi, everybody. i'm beth troutman. it's time for the best videos of the day and the stories behind them right here, "right this minute". surveillance cameras catch two thugs getting ready to rob a store. so -- >> a friend of the clerk working. >> rushing inside to warn him. how his friend repaid the favor with deadly force. that's a storm chaser in action. along for the ride is -- >> mom. >> we have amazing footage of the best back seat driver in the world. >> this thing is intensifying. >> we better get off this bridge. >> a guy gives a helping hand to some -- >> green sea it turtles. >> see where they wind up op their odyssey. >> riding a sled on pavement going -- >> 40 miles per hour. >> what could possibly go wrong? >> talk about a story of friends helping friends. listen to this. hollywood, florida, this video from wplg. you see two guys in masks creeping around an exxon gas station. so i think you might know what's about to happen. police say these two men are cory miller and joshua stewart. before they make it in the building, a friend of the clerk working, a man named hasab was watching. >> behind building is two guys with masks. >> hasab runs in there ahead of them to warn the clerk about what's about to happen. then you see miller and stewart crawling close to the front door. hasab on the inside tries to sort of block the door here but miller immediately starts shooting. >> oh. >> at hasab. you see him run for it, and see miller's hand gun right there, pulling it directly at hasab. keep in mind the clerk, leo carr, had a few seconds to prepare for what was about to happen. >> oh. what did he do? >> leo carr also has a weapon. >> oh. >> he shot and killed miller, protecting his friend hasab who warned him about what was about to happen. >> he saved my life too. because the guy was going to shoot me. >> oh, my gosh. after miller's shot, stewart, the other guy in the mask, see him fleeing the scene, falling all over the place. police were able to catch up with him later as well. >>> the people over at disney are not just responsible for putting many smiles on people's faces, they're also saving lives. this video is from the disney dream cruise ship. they were sailing between the bahamas and florida when they got a call there was a boat stranded out at sea. they decided they were going to respond to it and this is a cruise from the disney dream coming to rescue the people that were in this stranded boat. as you can see here, they finally pull up to the boat and you see two people come out and jump on to the yellow rescue boat. they end up bringing them back on. >> that's a huge ocean and they're so lucky this cruise ship was close enough to see them. >> what did they do with the boat? >> looks like they sadly left it behind. you do see the boat off in the distance as the cruise ship is going away. i don't know that they have a way to tow it. they transfer the people in. they were given medical attention and food. >> i'm surprised that donald duck wasn't involved in this rescue. he often does wear that like sailor outfit. >> actually, if you look really closely, we may see him peek his head out in the yellow boat. he may have been the captain. in this part of the video you hear who i think is the captain of the ship letting everyone kn -- >> the rescue was completed successfully, he tingin distres. >> they did call the coast guard to let them know what had happened. >> oh. you've got to hope they get to stay on the cruise ship and not have to just get shipped out to the mainland. >> that's a free vacation. >> as a matter of fact they did end up staying on the ship until it docked again, although this was the last day on the cruise. >> oh, man. >>> you're a storm chaser and go out and chase tornadoes. the last person you expect to be along for the ride is mom. >> how do you like me now? all right. coming at us. >> this is in mapleton, iowa. storm chaser jordan wreck and his friend darren brunin went to chase this tornado and darren's mom was along for the ride. >> when did this tornado happen? >> this tornado happened in 2011. for him this is found footage. >> they just uploaded it even though it happened two years ago. >> uh-huh. >> yeah, baby. >> mom happened to be in the car? >> mom has been on these road trips, so to speak, before, and darren called donna, his mom, his good luck charm. >> that's big. >> kind of got an ominous look. >> this tornado is pretty dark. it looks like nightfall is coming. here it is, them going into it and mom is along and providing her commentary. >> this thing is intensifying. >> maybe you better get off this bridge. >> of course, voice of reason. >> on a bridge during this thing? >> uh-huh. look how big it is. when this tornado touched down in mapleton, it destroyed most of the town. 100 homes were destroyed. even though they're storm chasers after they shot the footage they went into the town to help with the rescue effort. >> i feel like they're almost in the middle of the tornado. they're going to be headed to oz if they're not careful. >> donna, i have to give it to her, this isn't her first rodeo. she's been with them before and thought, i'll do it again. >> look at it right there in front of us, crossing right in front of us. >> it seems there are conflicts brewing all over the world. we'll go to mali in africa for this video. currently troops are fighting extreme islamists in the country of mali and france is involved wanting to make sure they secure mali from extreme islamists, but here are malian troops training. >> boom, boom, boom. boom, boom, boom. >> what? >> they can't afford ammunition, according to reports for training purposes, so in this video we hear them making noises with their mouth like children would playing in their backyard. >> this should not make me laugh this much. >> this is what they have to work with. it may seem comical to us but it's not funny. >> reportedly a u.s. marine who saw this video said even u.s. troops train this one in some instances and their sound for the ammunition is butter butter jam. >> i hope this doesn't carry over to the battlefield. >> hthey need the guy from "police academy" who can make all the sound effects. >> michael winslo. >> this is a big deal video. it's showcasing what the troops are up against. last week, the extreme islamist forces had a pretty big victory which is why france is getting involved because they're wanting to make sure they secure this country. it could affect the security of many countries in africa. >> boom boom boom. >>> grandma's opening up a small package with big news. >> she didn't even get the wrapping paper off and chukds that thing in the air. >> see what's got grandma all crazy next. and coming up, a little dash cam action. >> there's kids on the road. >> on a sled. >> see all >>> it's best of rtm time on this monday. a bonus video on our site. >> we found yahoo! screen called the flip side. showing what valentine's day might be like if the roles were reversed. >> thanks for everything, babe. >> anything for you sweetie. >> telling me the second we walk in, what up. >> the ladies are acting like dudes. >> that's always funny and why you should watch the video, head to our website, rightthisminute.com and click on -- >> best of rtm. >>> a dash cam round up. three-fer today. start with this one in southern russia. keep an eye on the left of your screen. you'll see a bus. watch closely what's underneath the bus. >> oh. >> is that a person? >> that's a person. >> what? >> that woman was hit by a bus just off screen. a man runs around, pulls her out from underneath the bus. she seems to stand up and not be seriously hurt, but definitely shaken up. apparently she tried tos cross the road and slipped on some ice. >> oh, no. >> how did the tire not run over her? >> you see how much of an overhang is on the bus before you get to the wheels and axle. knocked her down and bical drove over her not crushiway. to china, this guy pulls out of a parking lot, goes up the street and up ahead you see whatting loose like maybe some reverse lights and a guy standing outside his vehicle. the car is not moving yet. all of a suddens the man takes off. you can see obviously see the road is slippery. >> what is happening here? >> ice. >> behind it. >> why would you get behind this moving vehicle. you're not going to stop it. you're slipping on ice. seems to be crunching up against other vehicles. the guy in the dash cam was smart enough to throw his car in reverse and get out of the way. >> i would scoot past them and keep going straight to get away interest these guys. >> wonder where he ended up. >> scoots off camera and never see him again. >> back to russia. old, dark, snowy road. barely see the road. >> oh! >> there's kids on the road. >> on a sled? >> yes. it was a woman dragging two small children on a sled. they seem to appear from nowhere because of the glare in the dark. >> oh, my goodness. >> i know. >> that was my face when i saw it. that's where you're going to cross with your kids? >> on a sled? >> what an irresponsible parent. >> what's 150 million years old, but is still cute as ever? these right here. ♪ >> what is that? >> they're green sea turtle. >> they're babies. >> they hatched and now they're going to make their way to sea. and this is a volunteer in mexico helping carve out a little, you know, road, a little way for them to get out. >> it's weird because they just know where to go. >> this is so cool. >> this is one of the guys that was there and you can see his excitement. >> there's, of course, the overachiever and they keep pointing him out in the video. the one that's way ahead of everyone else. >> look at the guy in the front. he's way ahead. >> he's flying. >> flying. >> he's in first place. >> there he goes. >> probably steven. >> the poster of the video kind of puts his hand in so he can get a little bit of an idea of the scale and how small these turtles are. >> there's so many of them. so tiny and to watch them. do we see them hit the water? when they hit the waves their bodies start flapping around like saucers. >> there is another video of them hitting the water and there they are. >> there they go. >> tossed around by the waves but it's absolutely beautiful. >> look at them go. they're ready to swim along. they're perfect little creatures. >> according to the poster of the video, there were 82 turtles that were hatched and made it to the water that dayp. first we're going to go to a frozen lake for a little extreme parachute sledding. a sled with a parachute attached to it and they're just waiting for the wind to pick them up. >> is there that much wind? >> you're about to see it. they're going to be carried pretty far and pretty fast. two sleds tied to this parachute because you have the guy with the camera and the person in front. we've got kind of a tandem parachute sled ride. the people are having a blast, trying to set things back up. the wind is kicking it. watch what happens. >> come out here. comes off her sled and she's being dragged on her bottom. >> i'm hoping she has some pretty water resistant thick pants. >> from one extreme fun winter video to another. this one is not on a frozen pond but across the pond in the uk and this is carl, he and his friends have tied a garbage can lid to the back of their car and carl gets going. he's going 40 miles per hour at some point during this video. >> at some point carl is not even on snow. >> there are points where there is no snow at all. you hear the lid scraping across the cement and carl has a huge smile on his face. at one point he has the hood of his jacket up and takes it down -- >> i would zip that up if i were you. >> surprisingly it's working pretty good. >> i have a feeling carl is their guinea pig. every time they have an idea -- >> carl will do it. >>> it's time to check in with ebaum's world for real or fake videos. we have a magical sky kris. >> i think it's real. >> no explanation. >> and an egg with a big problem. >> what? >> that's fake. three individuals, see them and pick a side. real or fake [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ho ho ho green giant >>> all right, everyone. it's time for steven's monday announcement. >> thank you very much, beth. starting next week, we will be giving away ipad minis. >> the new rtm ipad mini giveaway. >> more details next week. >> jocelyn and dave are expecting their first baby but they hadn't told their family members. when they went to visit them, they had the camera rolling and gave them kid blocks, handed out to individual family members, spelled the word baby and they were going to see how long it took them to figure out they were announcing they were going to have a baby. watch grandma. >> it's a block. >> a baby! >> i think she just got it. >> she didn't get the wrapping paper off and chucked that thing in the air. >> they had four and they thought they would put it together and unscramble the words, but grandma has been waiting so long and saw one block and said, i'm going to be a grandma. >> mom and dad-to-be expect the baby in august but don't know what the sex is even though they gave grandma a blue block. >> i think grandma is counting down the days. >> grandma has a good reaction. you want her around for all kinds of holidays. christmas presents. birthdays. >> wouldn't it be funny if she was wrong and they weren't having a baby, this was some other kind of gift. >> book end. >> i'm glad they did not trick shirley brown because she's been excited. >> oh, my gosh. >> jocelyn, the mommy-to-be said her best friend and sister-in-law told her, make sure you record this because you know how she reacts to stuff. they were in the right position for when grandma reacted. >> they're having a baby! >>> it's monday, that means matt dreidel time, joining us via skype with real or fake videos. we're going to hop into today's videos. magical cyclist appears from nowhere. >> out of the way. >> that way. >> are you sure? >> play that again. i think we missed it. >> i think it's real. the cyclist could have been going in this direction covered up by the guy and made the right. >> totally agree with steven. the guy was just behind the dude in the hat. >> i think it's fake. how many reals? >> real. >> real. >> mac, you think real. >> this is real. probably some type of quantum leap we're witnessing. >> are you kidding? >> he goes back and forth so he's not there before the shot. and there's no explanation besides quantum leap. >> next video, usually large chicken egg. >> this is the biggest chicken egg i've ever seen in my life. >> little long. >> that's a normal one. come out of the shop, and that beast is the one that has come out of my chicken. >> the moment of truth. see how many yolks are inside this egg. >> oh, my goodness. >> you watch him. >> oh, my -- >> what? >> another egg inside of it? >> that's fake. >> how did that not kill the chicken. >> i think this is fake. >> fake. i was going to say real because you see mutations in nature, but fake. >> that would have to be a really big mutation. >> yeah. >> two different fronts. >> we all say fake. >> i think i'm going to have to agree with you guys because i did a little research about this. i think this is possible. i'm going to go with you guys. i think it's fake as well. >> i say real. >> last one, just a bird singing. ♪ >> i'm going real all the way. >> real. >> real. >> you're seeing his little neck move with all the sounds. you see his feathers move in and out. they have this ability. >> they can do this. >> i've never heard a mimic of that sound. >> it's not so perfect it sounds like it's fake, you know. it sounds kind of like real. >> real. >> this is definitely real. i used have a cockatiel myself, mine's name was herbert. i would play a song like the same song repeated he would start to get some of the choruses down. i'm going to say this is real. and my bird also laid eggs as well but they didn't hatch. the bird would sit on its eggs for months unless you took them out. >> excuse me. you said herbert laid eggs? >> herbert. >> he was a boy? >> no. oh. that story went to [ bleep ]. >> i'm calling fake on your story. >> i'm flush now. this is the first time where you got me on a fake. >> these guys hit the streets to do some extreme kite drifting. >> and they're on an active road with cars going up while they're going down. >> some of the guys are not wearing helmets. >> >>> at "right this minute," we've determined that you two have a kind of distrust for robots. >> no. >> it's rolling silverware. >> you have an army of angry robots with a blade in their hand, surely they'll be able to scalp you later if they want. >> we're giving them too much. >> too much power. >> we have to draw a line somewhere. >> they're going to start dominating theater. i have proof. [ inaudible ]. >> what you are looking at is robot theater, the brainchild of ozaki university and a theater company. they're taking this tour of six american cities where they have robots and actors in two one hp act plays. these are real robots doing dialog for humans. >> that must be boring for the humans. >> i don't have a problem with this. i have a problem when the robot is -- now we're just a robot play. that would be stupid. >> clearly i did not convert you in this. >> you're never going to convert. >> you did not convert us, gale. >> we're never too old to pretend we're all kids again. that's what these guys are doing to the next level. we've seen this before. big time trike drifting. these guys have overgrown big wheels out there. the way they're going down this hill and sliding back and forth and doing these tricks, it's almost like they're dancing kind of. and they're on an active road here with cars going up while they're going down. >> that's a little nerve-racking. some of the guys are not wearing helmets. >> you see three people on one of these trikes. i like this video, because we get to see the inspiration for the big grown up adult trikes. the big wheel or kind of a big wheel that a little kid on tykes little trick. >> the roads are slick so it's that much easier to kick the back end out and have fun. this is on the bucket list. >> it looks awesome. i wonder about their foot wear. what are you wearing on the bottom of your shoes? >> you are wearing the shoes you are wearing to burn up. >> platforms, a thicker sole you can wear down into regular shoes. >>> that's our show. we'll see you tomorrow.
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Jan 22, 2013 12:00am PST
>> and it's happening in the east bay. intense man hunt going on right now for a man accused of shooting an oakland police officer. good evening i'm dan ashley. >> i'm carolyn i don't know son. want to take you right to the scene. sky 7 hd of head where police are out in full force tonight. we are told the wounded officer was working undercover when he was shot. he is expected to survive. >> shooting happened around 6:30 on the 1700 block of seminary avenue near international boulevard. >> 7 news is live in the neighborhood with the latest on the man hunt there allen? >>reporter: this is all happening just down the street from me. we still have choppers in the air and we are being told this was as you mentioned an undercover officer who was shot while investigating another shooting that happened yesterday. rate now police say they have one man detaped and still lacking for 2 others believed to be armed and dangerous in the neighborhood. just east of the coliseum. swat members along with police officers and canin canines have closed down several streets as they conduct a yard to yard search for these 2 armed men. all went down around 6:30 this evening when the under con officer confronted by 3 men here on seminary avenue. how many officers were present and did they return fire? ichltd unknown at this time if the officer returned fire. there was one officer involved in the incident. >>reporter: was he or she in the car or on foot when the shooting happened? >> we believe that he was in his car. that's as much as we know right now. >>reporter: police aren't saying exactly what triggered that shooting. there are several neighbors complaining because they aren't allowed instance the perimeter but the guns are drawn and they just can't take any chances. again police have one man detained and still searching for 2 men believed to be armed and dangerous. police say they shot under con officer tonight in the arm. he is however expected to recover. reporting live in oakland, abc 7 news. >>> thank you. >> while covering the officer involved shooting sky 7 had someone shine a laser on it twice. first time the person is behind the windy but you can see the laser flashing. second time the man is standing there watching our chopper. and then pulls out the laser and shines it again. our guys in the chopper are okay. police took the man into custody. >>> another shooting this one in brentwood sent 4 people to the hospital. sky 7 hd over the scene on brent drive shortly after 6 tonight. victims all between the ages of 13 and 16 shot outside a house. wounds are serious but not considered life threatening. police tell thus was a drive-by shooting and the investigation has just begun gentleman it was a long inauguration day and tonight for the president and first lady but they ended on a very sweet note. ♪ mr. and mrs. obama slow dance as jennifer hudson serenaded them. they joan 40,000 people including military members at 2 gala tonight. performers included alicia, perry and cast of glee. tomorrow lady gaga is rumored to be performing at private function held for the president campaign staff. >> more than 1 million people packed the streets of washington to joan the second inaugural for president. [ sworn]. >> congratulations mr. mr. president. [applause]. >> he was sworn in today using a pair of bible one belonged to dr. martin luther king jr. and the other president lincoln. in the inaugural speech the president talked about his focus on the next 4 years. deficit. immigration rae fovrment and the fight against climate change. he called on americans to solve our nation's problems together. >> my fellow americans we are made for this moment and we will seize it as long as we seize it together. [applause]. >>reporter: and president obama spoke of unity today from the capitol steps but some key component of the second term agenda we spoke today is hardly easy for democrats and republicans to agree on. and dealing with climate change. >> that's right. after a year of record breaking droughts and of course hurricane sandy, president obama placed climate change center stage as he embarks on second term. >> we will respond to the threat of climate change. knowing that the failure to do so would betray our children and future generations. [applause]. >> the president spoke on climate change more than any other issue in the inaugural address. >> a little surprising because this isn't an issue that he focused a lot on in the campaign. but maybe not so surprising because presidents do start to think about the legacy in the second term. >> last 4 years have been extremely disappointing for those of us working on climate crisis. on the flip side if president obama is sincere the proof will be in what he does over the next 4 years and there is tremendous amount he can do on his own without congressional action. >>reporter: democrat say they are setting in motion an aggressive campaign that will not be built on compromise. >> well i think he's indicating that he's willing to use the powers of the executive branch through the regulatory about power of the epa and through executive orders as president. e-president obama is expected to clamp down on emission from coal burning plants and push for adopting new energy efficiency standards for home appliances. executive director of the sierra club said they are hearten by the president remark and renew vow to respond to the threat of climate disruption. >> path towards sustainable energy source will be long and sometimes difficult. but american not resist the transition. we must lead it. >>reporter: now critic say climate change action could cost not only money but jobs. we know a lot more as the president outlines details in his up come state of the union address. >> thank you. >> the president also became the first in u.s. history to mention the word gay during an inaugural address. >> our journey is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law. [applause]. >> president obama has been criticized by gay rights activist in the past for moving too slowly with policy changes. today human rights groups laud the president for the strong stand on gay rights. >> he has been criticized in the past. again. for those but today was of course also a celebration. after the president finish his speech and first lady michelle walked down constitution avenue to cheer the crowd. daughter sasha and malia joined them in a special viewing area where they snapped photo and danced a little as bands marched past. >> come here and talk about the weather forecast. another nice day around the bay area. spencer is in for sandhya tonight. >> look at the first weather forecast here starting with live doppler 7 hd. more cloud cover now than we had earlier that may keep temperatures from dropping quit so low than earlier thought. right now temperature readings of 37 in novato and chilly in few spots. 13 santa rosa and livermore and we have 40's right around the bay but as we look ahead to our morning low instead of numerous readings in the 20s it looks lake the coldest weather mainly around 30 at santa rosa, 31 at napa and livermore. 32 concord. 28 or between in fairfield that looks like it will be the cold spot overnight. we have another mild day coming tomorrow and some big changes in our pattern by midweek tell you all about that in a few minutes. >> okay thanks spencer vichlt police in hayward on the look out for thieves who stole a dozen cars from used car lot did. they broke into the auto world on mission boulevard early this evening. employee says they broke through the front gate. kicked in the office door then snatched the key from his a lock box. cars are estimated to be worth 20 200,000 dollars. auto world owner says huge set back for the business. >> over all first of the year is the toughest then after that hopefully everything but us a can see every day used car lot closes. it's very difficult issue. >> police are searching for 4 people who were seen on nearby surveillance video. >> neighbors in rohnert park are calling man hero tonight after he helped save the lives of 5 people during an apartment fire. take a look. terrified residents jumped from the window to escape. trevor caught 2 children then their mother who jumped from second story window then brought a ladder to neighboring apartment so those residents could climb out of their window. the fire apparently started in carport. caused 1 million dollars in damage. no one was sear u usually hurt obviously this is cell phone video we have for you. >> developing news north of sacramento where a building fire continues to burn at biel air force base. flames burst from the civil year ago building early this afternoon. structure heavily damaged. flames are now out but heavy smoke continues to pour from the building. firefighters are expected to remain on the scene all night to watch for any flare-ups. no word on how the fire started. basis about 40 miles north of the state capitol. >> new at 11:00. las vegas woman is suing match.com after man that she met on the dating web site attacked her. she says match failed to disclose the dangers of on line daiingt. man stabbed and beat her when she ended things with him after 8 days. match says the man is sick and twisted but had no known criminal record and calls the 10 million dollar lawsuit absurd. just last year match agreed to screen for sex offenders after california woman was sexually assaulted by a man that she met on the web site. >>> future of piece of world history remains in the balance tonight. big chunk of the berlin wall ended up in unusual place on the peninsula. big question now where do they go from here. that story ahead. >> also remembering the past to better the future. important history lesson for the next generation. on this martin luther king jr. holiday. >> and luring adult into save the life. amazing image of under water rescue. >> stay with [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits. delicious. but say i press a few out flat... add some beef sloppy joe sauce... and cheese fold it all up and boom! i just made an unbeatable unsloppy joe pillsbury grands biscuits. let the making begin. that's been wrapped in a flaky crust stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. >> we are still on the scene of breaking news in oakland. sky 7 hd live over the neighborhood where police are searching for 2 people suspected of shooting undercover officer. he was hit in the arm early tonight at international boulevard seminary avenue. that officer expected to live. we just got word that a second man is now in custody so they are for one e on the breaking news for you tomorrow morning beginning at 4:30. >> new at 11:00 where to put pieces of the berlin wall divide city leaders in mountain view. received 2 learning sections ovtd wall as donation. right now they are on display at app office park. now the initial plan was to put the sections in one of 3 city park parks. people have called the section large pieces of ugly cement and prefer flowers or trees to enhance the park beauty. >> i really think it should go in a place where people can see it. one possibility is here at city hall. in our big plaza so a lot of people come through here. we have big events so that would be another possibility. >> after recent meeting city council members voted for staff to come up with if you more options to consider. >> nation last remaining freedom train khuingd from san jose to san francisco today as part of the annual local celebration of martin luther king jr. birthday. the freedom train is especially charter cal train arrested part of the learning experience on this hotel day. many those on board brought along their grand children hoping they learn the lesson of tolerance. compassion. equality from dr. dr. king. participant then walk from the train station in san francisco to the gardens for program celebrating king's legacy. >>> we have a different perspective tonight on sunday maverick surf competition. this is dave trying to catch a a wave when peter rides up on him. watch this. there it is. the 43-year-old male would we know the competition in his 8 attempt. mel split the 50,000 dollars wings with the other top finisher. video from go pro which had camera on the board of each competitor giving us pretty remarkable views. incredible video out of hawaii tonight. >> bottle nose dolphins approaches a diver with a knif knife. dolphins saw the diver had been cutting fishing line off entangled manta ray and the fin was caught too. it somehow knew to ask for help silently. dolphins not only showed the diver where the line was it seemed to trust the diver not to hurt him. isn't that something. diver cut the lane. dolphins swam away free just amazing stuff. >> wow! >> fans still is celebrating yesterday big win many sharing the forty-niner pride with us. deb sent us this picture of juan and his brother in arms celebrating the niners championship in korea that's where they are stationed and here's a lack at some of the younger forty-niner faithful kaepernicking of course. send your fan photo to us at this web site. >> big muscles on the little guys. >> yes. >> cute stuff. >> talk about the weather information. >> yes. spencer in for sandhya tonight. >> yes. we have a few cloud moving in tonight as well. look at live doppler 7 hd. clouds quite thin early. more wide spread now in just a little bit thick sore may keep low temperature from dropping way down to sub freezing level. writ now temperatures in the 30's inland and 40's right around the bay and near the coast. these are the forecast feature. cloud will increase even more late tomorrow. showers develop early wednesday mainly in the north bay. see much cooler weather by the weekend. quick look at tonight forecast low. we'll see 31 degrees at napa livermore see 30 at santa rosa. perhaps between at fairfield likely our cold spot right around the bay and close to the coast low in the upper 30's to low 40's. so it won't be freezing all across the bay area. satelliteism acknowledge shows ex passive area of clouds moisture offshore. frontal system there and look relatively weak but moving in our direction and we are likely to get light showers on wednesday mainly in the north bay. let's start our forecast animation 4:00 o'clock wednesday morning. notice as the showers become more wide spread and move in land they stay mainly in the north although some will probably drop just south of the golden gate. looks like mainly dry weather south bay and most east bay and rain again what rain does materialize is mainly in the northern part of the viewing area dropping says far south as san francisco and upper part of the peninsula. dry conditions mainly sunny with increasing clouds. later in the day. in the south by lack for high in the mid to upper 60's. 66 at san jose and cupertino. peninsula mid 60's. 66 at redwood city palo alto on the coast mid 60's at pacifica and after moon bay. downtown san francisco high of 65 degrees tomorrow. 64 in the sun set. with clouds of course becoming a little bit more apparent in the afternoon hour hours. up in the north bay clouds will arrive early in the day start to thicken before it warms up and highs probably not move far out of the low to mid 60's there tomorrow as high as 64 and santa rosa 65 if calistoga. on the east bay a little bit milder. high of 65 at sap leandro. 65 at oakland castro valley and fremont. inland east bay a little bit cooler. low 60's mainly there up to about 64 in livermore. 63 walnut creek and danville and monterey bay the mildest weather in the entire bay area. see mainly low 70's right around santa cruz watsonville salinas holster and gilroy. accu-weather 7 day forecast. showers wednesday. mainly north bay. looks like pretty weak system so don't expect it to be a very soggy day. we dry out on thursday. have a cool dry pattern thursday through monday. in fact over the weekend into monday we see high pressure only in the mid 50's. so pretty chilly winter lake weather but that's to be expected. we get interval of milder cooler weather through the midwinter. >> thanks. >> everyone still talking about the niners of course. >> niners harbaugh. coaches hate. that great stuff. >> i would rather not talk about it. >> yes. >> jim harbaugh thinks it's blessing and curse facing his brother in the superbowl. you want to guess the one thing that neither of them want to talk about? sports is next [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ho ho ho green giant >> good evening. on a good day jim harbaugh can barely tolerate the media. now he's walking into the buzz saw of the super bell and first ever facing his brothers in new orleans. he wants to talk about football. to use one of his favorite expressions he dent want to peel back the on i don't know to discuss his inner feelings. harbaugh now they do recognize this is special. first ever meeting of brothers coaching against each other in a superbowl. yes. they recognize that. nonetheless it's the last thing they want to talk about. >> every moment you are talking about myself or john, that's less, less time that the players are going to be talked about. fighters are first. the ones that are playing in the game. the players. they are the ones that have the most to do with it. and they are the ones we should be talking about. >> we are not that interesting. there is nothing more to learn. the tape across the middle of the room story, okay. you got it. it's okay. just like any other family. >>reporter: when they were kids they had the tape there don't cross-over this line that's my side of the room. any way, superbowl when it comes to the sawp bowl we have you covered at 7 news. mike and i heading up the coverage from new orleans. perched on bourbon street i have been tol told. live report from the big easy begins superbowl week. that is the spot right there. warriors would love to see david lee and curry both chosen for the all star team. curry showed the clippers today he definitely belongs. warriors play game on martin luther king jr. out in force. on holiday. you can't do a clipper highlight without a dunk. it's a law. it is. there it is. griffin 26 points 13 rae bound. jefferson bringing energy off the bench for golden state. swatting the former warrior crawford then up the court. rj to the rack. warriors led 5 53-52 at the half. curry had 6 assist in the game right here. lead for thompson using both hands. 18 for clay. curry was not just hot. he was volcanic. in the fourth quarter erupting for 4 straight and 16 points in the fourth on his way to total of 28 points. david lee playing on bad ankle decided he had to play in the game. staying witness for 12 points. warriors take 3 of 4 from the first place clippers this season. 106 to 99. but we are that the second week of the australian open. quarter final action down under. spaniard the 4 seed facing no. 10 nicholas. dressed in almost exactly the same outfit. at the bottom of the screen rip back hand down there and that's when things went wrong. bricks him rate here to take the third set. then the fourth and has complete melt down after that. he's just mentally shot. he's lost to him 13 straight times now. no contest in the fifth. moves on 6-2. 7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. >> they have a double match later together. >> so ridiculous to have them dress exactly the same thing. >> odd how the australia open recommended everyone wear yellow. >> sponsorship thing. but exactly the same? >> rethink. that thanks larry. >> yes? coming up next. first couple big dance. >> internet buzzing in tonigh these sweet honey clustery things have fiber? fiber one. almost tastes like one of jack's cereals. uh, forgot jack's cereal. 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Jan 29, 2013 4:30am EST
>>> good tuesday morning. coming up on "early today," president obama unveiling today what the house says is his key priority for a second term. immigration reform. >>> three months after superstorm sandy hit the northeast, residents finally get what they've been demanding from congress. all that and a potential major change for the boy scouts. the heat is on at the white house. and burglars beware, you don't want to mess with taye diggs. "early today" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "early today" for tuesday, january 29th, 2013. >>> good morning. i'm mara schiavocampo. the groundwork has been laid and today, president obama will detail his plans for the broadest overhaul of this country's immigration law in nearly three decades. the president will make his announcement in las vegas the day after a bipartisan group of senators up veil their plans. nbc's tracie potts is in washington with more. tracie. good morning. >> reporter: are good morning, everyone. the white house said what the president will say in las vegas is similar to what we saw that group of democrats and republicans lay out here on capitol hill yesterday. but the white house plan is ready to go. a piece of legislation that if congress drags its feet, this is something they'll be able to vote on. the hallmark of that plan is what to do about the 11 million illegal immigrants already in this country. conservatives don't want to hear the "a" word and that group of democrats and republicans who brought out their plan yesterday said it won't be amnesty because it will be background checks, taxes, they'll have to learn english just to get in the back of the line to earn citizenship. but the big concern here for democrats and republicans particularly is border security going to come first. is that going to be guaranteed before more people are allowed to stay in this country legally. they're predicting some pushback but hoping eventually this will in fact pass on capitol hill. civic groups, labor groups came out yesterday. they are backing what they call common sense reform. saying they don't want to see this done in a piece he'll fashion. remember, the original idea four years ago, president obama's promise was comprehensive reform. now, they're trying to get it done in the second term. mara. >> tracie potts, thanks for that. >>> we're learning more about that gefs stating fire that swept through a brazilian nightclub killed 233 people. nbc's annabel roberts joins us with the latest. what is the latest on the investigation? >> reporter: good morning, mara. well, i understand that actually a fourth person has now been detained by police, held for questioning so that makes two co-owners of the nightclub.the head of security at that club and a band member. and really investigations are focusing on why the fire spread so quickly. it appears that a member of the band lit some kind of pyrotechnic that set fire to the ceiling that was covered in some very flammable insulation. and investigations are focusing on that, i've heard but i cannot confirm at this stage that the fire club's safety permit had actually expired last year and it was in the process of getting that permit renewed. obviously, a lot of questions to be answered in the coming days. but as we speak, there are still, i understands are 100 students who attended that party at the club still being treat ted hospital for smoke inhalation. >>> it's not official yet, but monday the boy scouts of america announced plans to reverse a national band on gay scouts and leaders. under the new rules there would no longer be a national policy on sexual orientation, rather, local groups would decide tour themselves. in 2012, they upheld the right. and the boy scouts national board votes on this next week. and insiders predict it will pass and go in effect june 1st. some conservative family groups and church organizations are firmly opposed to the move. >>> three months after superstorm sandy pounded the northeast, congress has approved a $50 billion emergency aid package. in a 62-30 vote, the senate passed. the president applauded the move and said he'll sign the bill as soon as it gets to his desk. >>> president obama hosted several law enforcement officials at the white house monday in an effort to promote gun control legislation. at the meeting, police chiefs from cities that have recently seen mass shootings, including, newtown, connecticut, aurora, colorado. the police chiefs urged the president to focus on strengthening background checks and mental health systems but didn't get behind his more of controversial gun control effort. nevertheless, the white house called the meeting, quote, very productive. >>> now, to australia where torrential rains have led to flooding of biblical proportions. forecasters have said the wares have peeked but not before killing four people and forcing thousands to flee the fast-moving water. residents have been rescued from homes and roads swollen water wahs. >>> now for a look at the weather, here's nbc meteorologist bill karins. good morning. >> a crazy weather day across the u.s. dangerous day later today. this morning, the temperatures are head-shaking. we started yesterday afternoon. i highlighted the area in the middle of the country. it was 74 degrees in january in kansas city. one degree away from the all-time warmest temperature ever recorded in january. and topeka kansas saw their warmest day they've ever had in january. that warmth was widespread from texas to florida. now, here's the setup for the march-like severe weather outbreak. huge dip in the jet. we have a lot of rich moisture coming out of the gulf, this is just a setup for the severe storms starting this morning and then going all the way through wednesday night before it exits the east coast. already this morning, we set a record high at midnight. record high 63. 67 in the middle of the night. crazy. as far as the radar goes, not a lot right now. we had the snow through the northern plains last night. some freezing rain problems up there in north portions of the great lakes but the severe tomorrow storms will come later today. as this front begins to progress, the lighter areas of to oklahoma city, dallas is where the storms will form later this morning and then they'll sweep through arkansas especially late this afternoon to this evening. this area in red, a moderate risk of severe storms. that's a possibility of tornados, jonesville, to memphis. to pine bluff, all of missouri, you're the greatest areas of concern. make sure you have the radios on tonight when you go to bed because those storms are going to roll through when you're all sleeping. you get the picture, a dangerous next 48 hours. that's a look at your national forecast. now, here's a look at weather outside your window. >> so those thunderstorms could make it even as far north as chicago. chicago could be 63 degrees in january. just to show you how unusual this storm system is. that would easily be a record high there. now, look at memphis, 75, before those storms arrive. >> it literally is a mid to late march type day. >> wow, and it was so cold last week all over the country. >> and it's going to get really cold behind this. >>> straight ahead on tuesday morning, a queen advocates to give her shot at the throne. >>> plus, general motors knocked from the top spot in global car sales. >>> and is this the world's newest threat, iranian space monkey? there he is. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. here are some other stories making news this morning. in egypt, anti-government protesters threw molotov cocktails to police who fired tear gas. they defied demonstrators of to mohamed morsi. >>> turk ishg leaders said an american woman missing in that country for a week also took several side trips outside of the country visiting munich and amsterdam. her husband and brother are in turkey to join the search. >>> barbara walters is still in a hospital in new york, and it turns out that she has the chickenpox. which very rare for an 83-year-old but not life threatening. walters was recently treated after she fell and hit her head. >>> queen beatrice of the netherlands will step down after 30 years on the throne. she's abdicating so her son can be the first king in the country. >>> iran says it successfully launched a rocket containing a monkey into earth orbit and brought it safely back. but the u.s. said they cannot confirm whether or not the monkey actually went into space or that iran ace technology could be used for a nuclear program. >>> and incredible images of our closest neighbor in space, the andromeda. they captured the stunning pictures showing pictures in the red areas near absolute zero. >>> moving over to wall street, the dow opens at 13,881 after losing 14 points yesterday. the s&p was down 2 but the nasdaq gained 4. overseas, the nikkei rose 42 points but the hang seng lost 16. stocks tooth a breather from another bull run. after the closing bell, shares of yahoo! surged as investors cheered better than expected earnings and a slight uptick in revenue. coming up before the bell, we'll get a broader snapshot of companies, including forbes, sizer pharmaceuticals and a.k. steel. and we'll see if amazon weathered the crucial shopping season. >>> speculation is the central bank will keep interest rates near record lows. >>> on the street monday, bargain hunters scooped up apple stock after it tumbled 14% last week, putting apple back into the most valuable spot ahead of exxonmobil. >>> also back on top, toyota, the automaker retook the title as the world's largest automaker thanks to a 20% surge in global sales last year. general motors announced it's spending millions for a plant in kansas city where it produces the malibu and the lacrosse. meanwhile, calling out the pay czar for executive pay including gm, insurer aig and allied financial. >>> and we've all heard that chicken wings are more expensive this year, but come ones are a chicken wing black market? two georgia men were arrested for allegedly stealing $35,000 of chicken wings. >>> straight ahead, what would you do if your bus driver passed out? luckily for passengers what one man knew what to do. >>> and plus, what the president said about the white house visit. >>> and the forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. now to some other stories that caught our eye this morning. we begin in new york where a city bus crashed into several parked cars during rush hour. 23 passengers were on board when the driver passed out behind the wheel, setting off that chaotic ordeal. a passenger grabbed the wheel and ended the wild ride before anyone was killed. >>> next to a new york city subway where a dramatic 911 call was placed. >> i'm -- >> okay. >> well, the pilot and passenger were rescued and hospitalized for hypothermia. >>> in nebraska now, a tree came crashing down nearly destroying a few homes. the crash was due to erosion caused by a water main break. re crews have recruited the tree but had trouble. >>> lamborghini launched their latest luxury cars pushed 500 to 585 miles an hour. >>> and finally, the big apple is buzzing over the two new breeds that will compete at this year's westminster kennel club dog show. russell terriers and treeing walker coonhounds have been invited. 3200 dogs are expected to compete for the best in show title next month. >>> moving ton sports, we start with tiger woods at the farmers insurance open. tiger became the first pga tour player to win eight times at a single course capturing win number 75 of his career. >>> in college basketball, number two kansas fought off a challenge from west virginia to extend the nation's longest winning streak to 18 games. the jayhawks over the mountaineers, 61-56. in the nba, memphis rallied from a 17-point deficit and 26 points against philadelphia. the grizzlies defeated the 76ers, 103-100. >>> and president obama welcomed the nba champions the miami heat to the white house. the team gave the president a jersey with his name on. superstar lebron james seemed odd being there with the president. >> we're in the white house right now this is like, hey, mom, i made it. ♪ ♪ "early today" sports is brought to you by just for men mustache and beard. keep your edge. >> the president seemed just as happy to be with lebron. >>> just ahead, meet the san francisco 49ers secret super bowl weapon. >>> plus, tina fey reveal her dream project post-"30 rock." >>> and don't let it fool you, taye diggs's worst nightmare. this is "early today" on nbc. >>> welcome back. the most important weather thing we need to pass on to everyone today if they have any friends or relatives that live in the state of arkansas, areas of the western tennessee and make sure they have severe weather heading their way. and a possibility of tornadoes and through the evening. the overnight events when it's dark that you can't see the tornadoes that they can be the most dangerous. so the area of yellow. it's going to be widespread today, almost from chicago, all the way down to new orleans and the dallas area. but it's the area of red that's of the most concern. the greatest risk of seeing tornadoes. everyone else is going to have to deal with a strong squall line. it will probably last a half hour but knock down trees. east coast is fine today. back behind this, by the way, cold and snow. much of the rockies is looking like the middle of the winter. so a lot of travel issues out there today, you name it. >>> well, "mean" girls fans may have reason to celebrate with "30 rock" ended thursday. tina fey is looking for a project. that may be a "mean girls" musical. >>> well, taye diggs' night was just getting started after he left the s.a.g. awards sunday. the actor arrived home to find an intruder in his garage. diggs chased the man down and held him until the police arrived on the scene. >>> disney is taking hold on thesterster. the new owner of the franchise said they would rather focus on the development of the films. >>> rapper rick ross crashed his rolls royce apartment building. the actor was not hurt. but it did call attention to threats made against ross' life. >>> and kris jenner is finally getting what she has always wanted her own tv show. the kardashian matriarch will launch their own tv show. i keep thinking their train is going to run out. >> well, the one-hour talk show is all on the table. it's out. >> they seem easy to thrive in putting their laundry out there. this no different. >> yes, not easy. >>> this comes from kntv where a monmouth creek fan was awarded for his longtime support of the team. terry white is he going to the super bowl courtesy of the team's owner. san francisco owner jed york learned the die hard fan had attended every super bowl the niners had played in and they won all five of those games. i think he's like a good luck charm. >> definitely good luck charm, if he goes 5-1 -- >> he won't be invited back. >> i'm mara schiavocampo, and this is "early today," this, your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 5:00 a.m. >> good morning. we're heading into a mile stretch of weather. temperatures will make it into the 50's this afternoon. there is some fog to start today. most of you will have a dry 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Jan 26, 2013 10:00am EST
>> welcome back, we're going to launch superman one more time. rc buddy.com. apparently we've crashed the website. try again if you can't get on the website to buy one of these supermen. and see you tomorrow and on the after the show show. >> brenda: stocks soaring with the dow surging toward 14,000. and now, a new court ruling could have the job market surging, too? hi, everyone, i'm brenda buttner, this is bulls and bears. the courts delivering a big blow to the white house and unions, deeming the president's recess appointments to the nation's labor board unconstitutional and some here say that gave job creators everywhere the green light for hiring, are they right or wrong? horr here they are the bulls and bears, toby, jonas max ferris, and gary b smith. and john, you say this gave the green light for new jobs? >> absolutely. look what happened in 1947. we had 5 million americans on strike and the taft-hartley act enacted despite president truman objections and led returning soldiers to one of the biggest economic booms the country had. and the president got his hand caught in the cookie jars and appointing czars and going around congress, we need jobs and this certainly helps with that. we don't need to worry about unions right now, we need jobs, this is putting the cart before the horse. >> brenda: the idea here, caroline, more regulation and federal interference in the private workplace means fewer jobs, do you buy that? >> not at all. when you look at what unions have done for us, over the years, getting rid of the 16 hour work week, they gave us weekends, and safer workplace environment, and as the unions-- >> well, that was a long time ago, a while back. >> that's true, but let's talk today. the fact that we had union busting in the the 60's and in the 80's and now right to work states. we've actually seen real wages decline, except for unionized jobs. the unions are the only thing keeping us from complete economic class, in that our middle class is gone. >> brenda: toby, many argue at that the unions have been why we're in so much debt, with higher pensions and the rest. what do you think this will do? >> this is such a green light and i appreciate the 1947 there on the front lines and great to see that, but the biggest issue here, is that we have now, first, coming in like boeing, it was building a new plant in south carolina that was stopped because the nlrb somehow deemed that it was not in the best interest of the labor department or the labor to work there. well, that was insane. that was probably 2 billion dollars investments that went up in smoke and that's coming back. people put a lot of projects on hold because they didn't know how crazy this nlrb was going to get. with this being changed you're going to see 5 billion, 10 billion dollar plants coming because they can go where they want to be and by the way, they announced this week lowest percentage of union labor in the united states and by the way, so far we haven't had economcalamity. >> brenda: so far it's taking the labor board out of commission for a while. does that help the economy? >> oh, i believe it does, because it gets to, i think, a bigger issue, brenda, finally, maybe, a little tamp down on government overreach, you know, in obama's inauguration speech, it was all about growing government even bigger than it already is. and the problem is, when government grows, the private sector suffers. and if you say, well, who cares where the money goes, the problem is government growth is always less inefficient than private sector growth and this is one step toward hopefully allowing the private sector to grow, tamping down on unions which i think have hurt many, many, many industries, despite the higher wages. in the union you have higher wages until you lose your job, and i think this is a step forward, this is progress, what needs to be done. >> brenda: you know, jonas, toby brought up a good point. which is that union membership has been declining for decades, record lows right now. so, what difference does all of this make? the unions don't have as much power. does this make all that much difference to jobs? >> i'll go off what the guest just said. if this were true the unemployment rate wouldn't be so high right now. the union rates the lowest level of all times and should have the lowest unemployment rate and we do not. and what the other guest said they create jobs in a bad way and lowered the amount of hours you can work, right? doesn't that mean the company needs to hire more people to make up for the fact that they can't work. and all i know, companies rather there not be a labor relations board, good for profits first and foremost, and we have the highest, because labor is in a relatively back position, does it automatically do more hiring not to have unions? maybe in some cases, maybe not. depends what the unions are demanding. if they're demanding less hours, it could lead to higher unemployment. i don't care about the job creation. profit will be there with stock prices and weak labor, and good for the stock market. >> brenda: and let's bring that up. and i'll go to caroline in a minute. ask you about the stock market, the stock market has been hitting five-year records day after day after day. they're not paying much attention to the labor relations board or the fact that unions were getting a little bit more power under the president? >> no, they're not. because, what toby had said is unions at their all-time low, around 40%, 40, 50 years ago, mid single digits right now. what the stock market is looking at, is the government is so much in gridlock. look, the democrats hated bush tax cuts and they made them permanent and they continued the biggest stimulus program in the history of mankind, 40 cents of every day dollar we don't have. the stock market looks at that, look, free government money everywhere, low taxes, let's party and that's what the market's doing. there's no one in charge in washington d.c. absolutely no one. >> brenda: and wall street likes that. >> yes. >> brenda: caroline, you want to weigh in here? >> well, absolutely. toby, i don't know what u.s. you're living in because we're in economic calamity. we don't have much of a middle class so we have a very long recession, we're not getting out of it it because of the lack of aggregate demand and flexibility in our market system because we have such a bifurcation of rich and poor. and what we have is a david versus goliath. >> hang on professor, i'm looking at the worst calamity here. >> are we not in a calamity? >> no. >> brenda: should unemployment go up, do you think, because the labor relations board has less power now? are you expecting that to happen? >> well, the primary reason that employers haven't been hiring is number one, lack of aggregate demand, which is tied to the shrinking middle class and number two, uncertainty in the market. not labor, and not the nlrb decision, so actually i don't think it's going to cause a spike in employment. >> i think if you look at boeing, and if you look at their actions, there's six or seven different plants that will now start up because of this being struck down, and some of that labor comes from canada, you know, in the united states and that's the on shoring deal. what we're seeing now in the united states, is on shoring, we off shore jobs before and now we're bringing them back and getting out of the way is going to help that and probably 5 billion jomillion jo they didn't feel they'd have the interference. >> i'm glad caroline said we're in economic calamity, four years after president obama took office finally someone on the left agrees that the the economic policies have been horrible, but the solution is not more unions. the solution is free markets. unions by definition are a monopoly. a monopoly is like a tax on businesses, if you want the economy to get even stronger, then get rid of all unions so the free market can operate and more people can become employed, not less. >> and we can pay them almost nothing. 'cause that's what happens without unions, we don't have living stages and reliance on government. >> and people get paid nothing without unions. what about the what, 83, 85% of people that are not in unions? they're getting paid something? >> they are paid 10 to 30% less and far less likely to have-- >> but they have jobs, caroline. look at the auto industry. >> but they're not living wages. >> until the industry went out of business. >> that was actually-- >> unsustainability. >> ten less airlines, 70,000 less jobs, but by god well paid. i was on a flight and i don't think anybody said they were overpaid. >> brenda: thanks, guys. get ready to get fee'd up again. and starting tomorrow, it could cost you. and cavuto at the bottom of the hour, but first, stimulus checks, owners are going to inmates and washington won't slow the entitlements. can they at least slam the door on the fraud? . our first full team gathering! i wanted to call on a few people. ashley, ashley marshall... here. since we're often all on the move, ashley suggested we use fedex office to hold packages for us. great job. 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[ male announcer ] make sure america's ready. make sure you're ready. at devry.edu/knowhow. ♪ >> hi, we are live from america's news headquarters, i'm jamie colby. right now washington is on high alert. new evidence showing that north korea may be ready to carry out the threat to conduct a nuclear test. these are brand new satellite images into fox. officials say it's the site where nuclear tests have been conducted before and the images show trucks moving around and tunnels being sealed. all of it happening within the past month. american researchers believe that north korea may set off a nuclear bomb inside the mountain soon. we'll keep you posted. and a storm across the country and a powerful new storm making its way to the southeast, and plains. sub-zero temperatures and making for bad road conditions. be careful out there. more headlines 30 minutes away. now, back to bulls and bears. >> brenda: okay, so this will get your heart rate racing. a new government report revealing medicare dishing out more than 120 merchandise worth of medical services to inmates and illegal immigrants. and with lawmakers still not cutting entitlements to save taxpayers cash, toby, you say at least stop this fraud. >> of course, brenda. if it's 120 million that they found and multiply by 100 because that's going on. look it, the fed ex guy who comes to your door has more technology in his hand than we have for medicare fraud. what we're having here is a disaster of epic, calamitous proportions, thank you very much, because we could be saving 120, 150 billion, with a b, if we followed fraud the way they do at the private sector. private sector, fraud is about 1% of medical plans. in medicare, medicaid and the federal system up to 10 or 12%, they don't know, know way to measure it. this is the classic example where we have 1990's technology could save this money and the government is twiddling their thumbs. >> caroline, this is a drop in the bucket of the whole medicare annual budget, but you've got to start somewhere, don't you? >> i would agree, but toby, we did just put in a 77 million dollar system and that's why we caught this. this is a new type of fraud. so i'm a little more optimistic and i want to complicate it a little bit because when you're talking undocumented workers, we actually make $80,000 on average per worker because two-thirds of the 12 million undocumented workers, 8 million of them pay medicare, social security, and they pay income taxes, and don't get that back. >> that doesn't mean that they should necessarily get illegal benefits. >> i'm not making that argument, but making the argument at that we're not losing that money in fraud, we're actually making money off of it. >> what do you think of that business model as toby said? >> it's the silliest argument i've ever heard. somehow, illegals have contributed enough that fraud is okay? come on, give me a freakin' break. and these guys aren't dealing with entitlements at all. we have 2.4 trillion dollars in mandatory spending every year, medicare, medicaid, social security, welfare, interest on the debt and we have the revenue we bring in every year and we could cut the entire military, entire pentagon and not pay one dime of federal anything and still lose money. we have to deal with these entitlements. with the fraud, with the entitlements as a whole, but no one in d.c. is willing to do that. no one, it's pathetic. >> brenda: gary b, that's the question here, what incentives do the people have who are running this program have to get in and cut this fraud? >> exactly, brenda. look, fraud goes on in private sector, public sector, but here is the problem. in private sector, if so much fraud and thiefery goes on and the taxpayer, and you point out the core problem. in the public sector, there's he no incentive for fraud to go away. people are paid on a bottom line, don't lose their dime if there's more fraud. the only incentive for the bubble sector, if you're a medicare or medicaid government employee is to grow your power base. make it even bigger. that's why, toby is right, it's probably a factor of 10 to 20, to maybe 50. how much fraud is actually going on. probably in the billions of dollars. no one is losing their job, because the pie is big, i don't have a profit and loss statement to respond to, who cares? i'll grow it and say my gosh, we need more technology out there. >> jonas, you weigh in here. >> i don't know how little fraud there is in the private sector, either. and taxpayers don't have to pay for it like the government fraud, but every time you go to a store you're paying a slippery premium for stuff stolen from the company. and they try to fight it, it it goes on and a lot insurance pass it on in-- >> and people should have the health care, you're losing me? >> you're acting like it only affects taxpayers when there's fraud. and in consumers in the private sector and we like having insurance and-- >> jonas, you have to have apples and apples. private health care system has rehe duesed their fraud to less than 1% they measure because it goes against the bottom line. the public health care, 10%, maybe 15, can't measure it and we have systems we could start on monday and push a button and three companies that could prevent-- >> i don't know if you've been to a hospital or doctor's office, they're using '90s technology anyway and up on post-its, it's not that high-tech at the doctor's office. >> i believe the segment is on fraud, okay, not on-- >> a lot of medicare uses the private sector, it's not like it's a bunch of government bureaucrats with paper work and. >> in those, the fraud is 2%. >> jonas, in the private sector companies do suffer. remember audi, a few years ago, you know, the gas pedal that supposedly wouldn't go down. their sales suffered. food lion many years ago accused of selling tainted beef or something like that, they suffered. in this case medicaid or medicare don't suffer, they grow bigger, it's the taxpayer at the expense there. >> brenda: i'm sorry, that's the last word there, sorry, guys. the next bite in the pipeline, the keystone pipeline and some say we now have the key to unlocking the economy, but there's one catch. this is america. we don't let frequent heartburn come between us and what we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day afr day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] e pill eachmorning. 24 hours. zero heartbur >> coming up, why the federal green light to the keystone pipeline could be the key to unlocking the economy. what's the holdup? apple shares are going to >> from pipe dreams to near reality. nebraskaen republican governor approving a key portion of the keystone xl oil pipeline that would go through his state and now a bipartisan group of lawmakers calling for the white house to make a quick approval. gary b, you say a no-brainer. >> i don't know why we're talking about this. it adds jobs, bring more natural resources into our country, it's already been proven to have almost zero environmental impact. this is a no-brainer and yet, the administration is still slow-walking this, i guess, for whatever crazy reason. they need to get off the dime and let the market operate. >> brenda: caroline, take him on. you say this is going to bring no jobs and a lot of environmental grief? >> yeah, i use the word calamity, and maybe i'll use-- we're talking 2 to 4,000 it temporary jobs from cornell university, increase the price of gas and decemberiesel, thee the carbon food prints, tar sands versus regular extraction and the idea it won't cause environmental damage, defore-- deforesting. >> and all the states it would go through approved? >> number one, it's not just this pipeline. by getting this pipeline approved we now start the wheels for the 12 other pipelines that we need because if we get those pipelines built we will be larger exporter of oil than saudi arabia, number two, if you look at the pipeline disasters we've had and all of them, they do happen, they have not amount today an absolutely hill of beans. this technology is built in the 21st century now, the pipelines we've had problems with were built in the 19th century, could be 5 million, 6 million jobs. >> brenda: john, do you agree good for the economy? >> yes, look good for the economy and look at gary b. this is beyond stupid. there are 25,000, professor, listen to this, 25,000 miles of pipeline right now that go across that carry all-time hazardous materials, fossil fuels and talking 250 miles we're adding to that. and to say all of that oil is coming down to our refineries is not going to add jobs, that's insane. >> brenda: told on a minute and-- >> okay, hold on, jonas-- >> look, it's a pipeline, it's not-- the whole idea is an efficient way to move stuff. and say truck the oil to the gulf, stupid way to do it it, but create more jobs. dirty canadian oil is not good for the environment to get it out of the tar pits, however, we can't stop it from leaving the tar sands. what's the most energy efficient and sound, that oil trucked to china, their refineries are probably ten times dirtier than our refineries. >> brenda: we've got to go. and thanks to everybody and caroline for joining us. coming up, forget that no budget, no pay plan that could delay lawmakers paychecks. get the name that can balance d.c.'s books and pay you at the same time. my bad. tell me you have good insurance. yup, i've got... 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Jan 26, 2013 5:30am EST
>>> welcome to news4 this week. >>> hi, everyone. i'm veronica johnson. we're going to show you some of the more interesting local stories making news this week. among them, the behavior described as inappropriate and disrespectful caught on camera. >>> we'll tell you about the security concerns this video is raising around d.c. landmarks. >>> hundreds of thousands bear witness to history. we've got your inauration recap from the special ceremony details to the singing controversy. >>> and we'll tell you about the new milestone for a local college student who became a worldwide symbol of hope in the fight against cancer. >>> first, a news4 i-team exclusive is causing a stir with the national parks service. rangers are caught on camera breaking into restricted areas, and it's raising some serious concerns about security around some of d.c.'s national monuments. tisha thompson has more on the video that's launched an internal investigation. >> the news4 i-team obtained a copy of a dvd that looks like a home movie, with the words "this must stop" on it. but what we found has the u.s. park service reinforcing security at monuments thousands visit every day. it's an inside look at some of the most famous monuments in washington. above the lincoln memorial, inside the washington monument, underneath the jefferson memorial. but here's why this isn't just your average tourist video. people in national park service uniforms reporting themselves breaking lox, hopping over construction barriers, picking bolted doors, to get into areas all over the greatest washington, d.c. area, spots even they admit on camera they're not allowed into. >> it's even locked to us, but for whatever reason, the door is open, so i ran and got the camera. >> we showed the video to carol johnson with the national parks service. >> the actions on the video were inappropriate, they were disrespectful, and they're not representative of the hard work of the 22,000 park employees across the nation. it was very disappointing. >> reporter: the video shows multiple ways to gain access to restricted sections of the national mall clund underneath the washington monument, on top of the old post office pavilion and inside historical bridges. >> if this bridge starts going up, i'm going to free out. >> reporter: due to serious concerns about security, the i-team agreed not to show some of the access points. >> our initial concern was that the areas shown are secure. >> reporter: they say as soon as they saw the video, his officers checked out the locations. >> we made sure that we went and had a physical inspection and found that everything was secured. >> reporter: parts of the video are at least ten years old, like this shot of the national mall with the world war ii memorial under construction, but the news4 i-team has identified at least one man still working as a park ranger her in d.c. >> we're doing an internal investigation, and we're going to take disciplinary and legal action, as warranted. >> reporter: the park service says it also identified one employee currently working on the national mall and in the process of interviewing current and former managers to find out what the rangers did and did not have permission to do, and why they even videotaped themselves in the first place. the park service promises to keep us updated on the results of the investigation. tisha thompson, news4 i-team. >>> okay. so let's go from our nation's monuments to a huge day in our nation's history. crowds flocked to the national mall for president barack obama's second inauguration. he wowed spectators with his 18-minute speech. his and his family were wowed afterwards by the parade that followed. jim vance has the highlights from the big day. >> reporter: the celebration of democracy on our nation's front lawn. hundreds of thousands converging on the mall to witness history. the president taking the ceremonial oath on bibles used by president lincoln and dr. martin luther king junior. >> so help me god. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> reporter: in his address he echoed themes sounded by both lincoln and king. >> while freedom is a gift from god, it must be secured by his people here on earth. >> reporter: the president talked policy, urging action on the deficit, global warming, and the protection of children. >> we reject the belief that america must choose between caring for the generation that built this country and investing in the generation that will build its future. >> reporter: he called for action not just from washington, but from each and every one of us. >> we are made for this moment, and we will seize it, so long as we seize it together. >> reporter: the ceremony a treat for the senses, for the eyes a sea of red, white and blue. ♪ glory glory hallelujah >> for the ear some amazing voices. ♪ oh saying does that >> article the ceremony a lunching and parade. crowds lined the streets, hoping to get a glimpse of the president and vice president. then more entertainment. a celebration topped off with a little dancing. ♪ ♪ >>> a good time despite the cold. out of all of those performances, vance just mentioned, one turned into quite the controversy. in the days after the inauguration, superstar beyonce did not comment on reports that she lip-synced the national anthem. a spokesperson for the marine corps band confirmed she did have a recording singing over the band's music and she did choose to use that recording. all of the music for the inaugural events is actually prerecorded as a backup in case there's bad weather or something else hampers those live performances. >>> well, we may not get to dig deeper into the singing controversy, but we are getting a chance to dig deeper into the history of the lincoln bible, used in the president's swearing-in. wendy rieger went to the library of congress for more. >> you'll notice right away, it's surprising, it is a family bible, not a monumental bible. >> reporter: but there is something monumental about this small bible with the worn velvet cover. this is the bible that abe ray ham lincoln held in his hand when she was worn in in 1861. just touching it 150 years later, it resonates with the full force of all that history. >> may i touch it? >> certainly. >> oh, my gosh. oh, my gosh, it's wonderful. >> these are the objects that pass through time and culture, and they carrying that meaning with them. it has a resonance, there's a electricity about it. >> reporter: it's referred to as the lincoln bible, but curator points out that lincoln did not own this bible. it was given to him by the clerk of the supreme court, william tom mall carroll for the first inaugural. so lincoln never read this bible, never made notes in it or an advertised any passages. for that reason, scholars find it useless as a source into understanding the great man. but the book does tell us something about ourselves. how we honor these objects that were created by the ancestors. and this book, while held for only a brief time by president lincoln is now somehow imbued with his spirit. it has power. >> it gives us in essence the window for our imagination to go to that moment. there is the object that has come to us from time. this was handled by abraham lincoln. it has a quality that pictures and virtual reality will never provide for us, which is -- this makes history real. >> reporter: wendy rieger, news4. >>> amazing that martin luther king bible used for president obama's swearing-in was also imbued with a new history. he granted the king family's request to sign that bible after the ceremony. and shortly before he took the oath of office, the white house released this new official portrait of the president. take a look. the photo was taken december 6th in the oval office. it's quite the contrast compared to the official portrait taken for his first term. back then he wasn't smiling, and his hair is a lot grayer now. some say, hey, that's just evidence of how the stress of the job has aged him. >>> well, it seems virginia isn't the only place for lovers. coming up, we'll tell you why officials in d.c. are encouraging you to get a room. >>> and the first of its kind requirement at a local medical school to help treat wounded [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ho ho ho green giant >>> in news for your health, a study shows cardiovascular exercise may have the edge over strength training if you're trying to shed pounds. researchers at duke university found that aerobic workouts burn fat better than lifting weights. they also found a workout that combines running and lifting is no better at burning fat than running alone. but health experts stress that any regular physical activity that you do is a good thing. older adults may want to include lifting weights to prevent muscle loss. always consult your doctor before starting any workout routine. definitely. >>> alternative medicine is becoming a mainstream for nation's heroes. military doctors are learning techniques like acupuncture, hypnosis, even yoga and meditation. as doreen gentzler reports, the medical center in bethese dalles is the only center requiring their doctors to training in they treatments. >> reporter: this group of students at the uniformed services university of the health sciences is learning how to hypnotize people. >> more and more relaxed. >> reporter: the hope -- that it can be used to treat members of the military dealing with the wounds of battle, both physically and mentally. >> a lot of times our patient population is different than the civilian population. and so, you know, we're dealing with often traumatic injuries, a lot of times when you're overseas, so we're always thinking about the best way to help this guy out. >> reporter: the hypnosis classes part of a broader movement at the military medical school teaching students about alternative or complementary medicine, techniques that can be used to both treat their patients and forself-care. >> it's gain themselves as practitioners, and a launch in a career in military medicine, where they're going to be challenged in ways they can't anticipate. >> reporter: lieutenant general eric schumaker is a professor of emergency medicine. he says part of the challenges these students will face include treating the thousands of wounded warriors left injured during the conflicts in iraq and afghanistan. many of those veterans are dealing with chronic pain, post-traumatic stress disorder, even addiction, all conditions where complementary medicine has been proven successful. >> 12 years into armed conflict, and in really unprecedented challenges facing both the force and those caring for the force, means that they ought to have exposure to the widest range of effective therapies that they can. >> reporter: other techniques include chiropractic care, acupunctu acupuncture, medication and yoga. >> the arms come out to the sides. >> very relaxing, and they're difficult, but they felt good at lengthening your body, stretching. you felt very at peace. >> reporter: doreen gentzler, news4. >>> other medical schools now offer elective classes in alternative medicine so that students learn more about the techniques if they want to. so the fact that the military medical school offers -- school requires complementary medicine for all students is definitely a testament to how widespread these methods have become. >>> well, it's a technology program to go ape for. why the national zoo is letting some of its animals get their hands on ipads. >>> plus how d.c.'s tourism industry plans so... 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[ male announcer ] now u-verse high speed internet has more speed options, reliability and ways to connect. rethink possible. >> a lot of 49ers season ticket holders are frustrated tonight. they can't get in the superbowl and now questioning how the team distributes tickets for the big game. the team is not saying much but certainly isn't stopping michael from looking into this. >> jeff smith of brentwood displayed the autograph from forty-niner coach jim harbaugh photograph. he has been a season ticket holder since 1980 but never been able to buy tickets for the superbowl. >> i don't think they have enough tickets for the season ticket holders. >>reporter: florence of san francisco has been a season ticket holder going back to the stadium here. she can't get tickets either. >> everybody i know that were season ticket holders have not gotten tickets. >> between florence and jeff the 2 say they know 18 different groups of season ticket holders. none won the lottery for superbowl tickets held for season ticket holders by the 49ers. >> into the end zone for the touch down. >>reporter: in fact an unscientific poll of 13 other season ticket holder groups this one conducted by 7 on your side found none won the lottery either. >> i got my ticket. >>reporter: those that did win had the opportunity to pick up their tickets on friday. we asked the 49ers how many tickets were made available to fans. citing team policy. 49ers. declined to disclose that information. we asked what the odds were of winning. the team said everyone had an equal chance of winning but the team declined to disclose the odds. >> they should, you know, show us exactly how many tickets are available and maybe how the process works. >>reporter: according to the nfl just over 25% of the tickets at the superbowl went directly to the league. another 17.5 percent or 12250 tickets went to the 49ers. equal amount went to the baltimore ravens. new orleans saints who are hosting the game got 5 percent of the tickets. the remaining 35 percent were divided among the remaining 29 nfl teams. the league says how many each of the teams make available for purchase by fans is left up to each team. >> i think they limit the ticket people are able to buy. >> disappointment. i want the to take my mom to the superbowl. >>reporter: 49ers say they understand people frustration. and point out they can get tickets by purchasing a travel package through official travel partner prime sport. >> i was wondering how do all the agency have all the season tickets when the fans, you kno know, the true faithful fans like myself don't get a chance to buy them. >>reporter: tickets are also available through nfl ticket exchange but those are at inflated prison and fans we talk to say they can't afford nor are they willing to pay those prices. i'm michael, 7 on your side. >> chances of sweeping immigration reform in congress got a boost today when 6 senators 3 republicans and 3 democrat reveal they have hammered out the framework for a deal. david has the story tonight from san jose. >>reporter: it is stunning for san jose hispanic community to learn republicans on the same page to work for immigration reform that impacts 11 million people lacking legal status. >> we need to be honest with ourselves about important immigration is for our economy. agriculture. workers and other laborers and already here now that are making contributions towards our future. i think today is important first step. ♪ . >> that was music to the ear of community in which many family live in the shadow because of micked immigration status. parents and older children may undocumented while younger children may american born. she has undocumented relatives and doesn't want to go into detail about the status but the news from washington excites her. >> there will be a lot of people out there who will be able to finally see, get a driver's license. get a working permit. being visible. and more opportunity. >>reporter: however concerns are also being raised about the wording of the agreement. rodriguez is policy director at the immigrant advocate group siren in san jose. >> wording that it has is that there is tough and sensible solutions for immigration reform and one that is concerns is what the tough means. >>reporter: community leaders think republican got a strong message in the november election when 70% of the hispanic voters supported president. >> they have a chance to create a bipartisan coalition because we need both parties and that gives up unique opportunity. >>reporter: immigration reform may face tougher opposition in the house the president is moving forward. he is going to be in las vegas tomorrow to outline his vision for immigration reform. in san jose, david, abc 7 news. >> let's go over seas for a couple moments. air force is searching italy sea for lost f-60 fighter jet. air force lost contact with the jet during a training mission. one pilot is on board. in some other news police in santa maria brazil detained 2 band members and owner of the night club where a fire broke out killing 2 33 people early sunday. fourth person being sought for questioning. investigators say the fast moving fire was started by pyrotechnic on stage at the kiss night club. one member of the 6 piece band was among those killed. most of the victims were students from a nearby university. funeral started today. >>> defense minister country launch add monkey into orbit in strapped into a missile launched into space. iran hopes to send a man in space by 2020. today launch is certainly cause for concern for the united states. it indicates significant progress by iran to launch long range ballistic missile. watching very coastally in washington. >> eastern china. motorcycle rider really is lucky. look at this waiting for traffic light the truck overturned to nearly crush the guy on the pwichblingt he couldn't believe what happened. we show it to you again in slow motion. watch. truck just almost lands right on top of him. look at this. just inches literally. fortunately neither he or anyone else was injured. >>> wow! couldn't have been any closer. >> all right. body by google. just ahead. inside google. employee perk may the secret to to losing some weight. 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[ female announcer ] get more with embassy suites. book early and save up to 20%. >> assistant district attorney have begun visiting schools in san francisco as a way to fight crime. they are the not there to discipline kids but to act as mentor. study show students who meet with mentor do better in school. >> i have had a mentor for 6 months. im paragraph attendance by over 40 percent and gpa up nearly 40 percent. we know it works. >>reporter: about 1,000 san francisco students have expressed interest in having a mentor. anyone i wanted can attend a mentor recruitment drive scheduled for this thursday evening at marcus book store on fill more street. >>> new study says almost half of working college graduates hold jobs for which they are over qualified. researchers say the situation could last for another decade, too. part of the blame is due to the glut of college applicant. even so research shows that college graduates earn twice as much as those with only a high school education. >>> now to google and the company cafeteria. turns out they are as optimize as the company search engine. here's our news anchor. >> lunch time at the office in manhattan at google. the cafeteria is hyper analyzed and reengineered. which means loaded with nudge, nudge people to healthy choices. >> come right in the entrance over here what is nice you see the salad bar first. starving like me you go for the first thing you see. exactly. >>reporter: research shows people tend to pile up on the first thing they see. so the salad bar now occupies prime real estate. >> all the different color-coded signs here to let you know what is healthy and obviously everything in the salad bar is more or less pretty healthy. >>reporter: wasn't always this way. the healthy nudge began when google people started complaining they were packing on the pounds. >> some people may gain 15 pounds when they start working here. >> because the food is so grea great. >> hopefully yes. >>reporter: joe is the executive chef at google manhattan office. he says the unlimited food perk originally designed to maximize productivity and loyalty had an undesired side effect. >> i don't think i would ever leave the cafeteria why if i worked here. >> a lot of people don't. >>reporter: so now smaller plates and take out containers nudge you to take smaller portions. no one wants to be seen with too much on their plate. naughty dessert aren't taken away but placed way in the back. scarlet label shout out these calorie count. but offered in small bite size servings. enough to satisfy a craving. but not a diet hit. >> a certain size or bite count in mind. >> keep it small. let them have the beautiful delicious dessert but not gorge on it. >> it's behavioral economic decision science. >>reporter: jennifer heads the department at google called people analytical she crunched the numbers and overhauled how food was presented. the make row kitchen were famous for tempting junk food dispenser this is where the m&m used to be. you could i manual. pull the handle and you get a lot of love. >>reporter: just swapping out cereal for the chocolate made a huge impact. >> we found that we know we moved the m&m from the gravity bin to the container. didn't take them away. everything is still there. in seven weeks new york google consumed 3.1 million fewer calories. from m&m. people like to know the number at google. data driven company. >>reporter: they say here never more than 150 feet away from some sort of food. >> we are busy. everyone has work trying to get done so we don't have to think about what it is they are going to grab for a snack. let's make this thing that people default to the healthiest one possible. >>reporter: the drink selection was also ripe for behavior modification. >> put all the water pwoumingts and found google get more water when they can just grab it. >>reporter: bush man gained more than the google faichbility candy was very aluring. very flowing free flowing. literally free flowing. we had the machines. they were dangerous. >>reporter: now like most google she's grateful for the nudge. >> once they moved the m&m did you eat less. >> absolutely. everybody really enjoyed natural healthy food we just were busy. we grab what is right in front of us. >>reporter: she trimmed down thanks to in-house exercise class and healthier food choices. >> do people feel manipulated. >> environment is structured to make them behave in a certain way? >> how can i feel? manipulated that i am being encouraged to be healthy. if anything i'm grateful that a company that essentially needs me to do productive work to help them do their business cares to help me be a healthier individual. i can't complain. anybody who does is misguided. >>reporter: don't work for going toll like a nudge here and there to make healthy choices even not aware. this is from new york. >> wow! just for the record spencer rides a scooter through the newsroom on occasion. >> snowmobile stunt at the x games takes a very dangerous turn. see what happens. st ♪ i'd like to thank eating right, whole grain, multigrain cheerios! my bowl, my spoons! mom, are those my jeans? [ female announcer ] people who choose more whole grain tend to weigh less than those who don't. multigrain cheerios has whole grain and 110 delicious calories. ...more grains. less you! multigrain cheerios in multi-grain cheerios peanut butter. another mishap frightening one at the snowmobile competition at the winter x games in aspen. australian competitor lost control while attempting a back flip last night. watch. he flew off the snowmobile then landed in the snow but the snowmobile took off that the crowd. there it goes. one spectator needed medical attention but no serious injuries were reported. that's the good news. could have been horrible. >> mean time snowmobileer moore remains in the intensive care unit. of grand junction hospital after this crash on thursday. moore being treated for brain injury. also developed bleeding around his heart. boy that is scary stuf stuff. heavy machines and those wild stunts. bound to happen. >> one last check on the weather. which is spectacular and spencer is here to update. >> looking pretty good. time lapse view this afternoon from our high definition south beach camera downtown san francisco looking eastward across the ba bay. mainly blue sky with few thin high clouds moving overhead and we still have a few thin high cloud you see on live doppler 7 hd and skies clear. pleasant right now. state wide nice and sunny and mild down south. pleasantly cool up in the central part of the state. a little bit cloudy up around eureka a with a few showers. here in the bay area no showers tomorrow. just sunny skies. some thin high clouds again tomorrow but certainly bright sunshine, high pressure generally in the upper 50's to right around 60 degrees and here's the accu-weather 7 day forecast. gets even milder midweek. high pressure climbing that the mid 60's and we have the mild pat he were through the weekend. it's an awesome week coming up. saturday ground hog day. sunday superbowl sunday and monday celebrating the niners victory. that is premature. >> you are right. punxsutawney phil there is more winter if he sees his schaad oychlt that's the way the legend goes. >> early in the broadcast larry is in new orleans as they say. covering the superbowl. we have. >> holding down the forth in san francisco. harbaugh talks about what it's like growing up with younger brother jim. >> down under. andrew makes >>[ woman ] my boyfriend and i were going on vacation, so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot, even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely... looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. >> come up tonight at 11:00. people get ag an eyeful from twitter app. parents are furious. now twitter deals with rush of x rated content. also at 11:00. >> extra wing. extra sauce. extra everything. >> preparation are in full swing for local superbowl parties. look at some bay area businesses that are cashing in on all the 49ers excitement. those stories plus live superbowl reports from new orleans on abc 7 news tonight at 11:00 o'clock over on channel 7. rick is here with all the sports and of course the big buildup to the big game. >> it's going to be going on all week folks. now t minus 6 days and counting for superbowl xlvii. 49ers remain 3 and a half point favorite. to beat baltimore to win the sixth championship. new orleans how the local like to call it known for bourbon street and the rowdy french quarter. 49ers hotel is located near there. but for at least the first few nights the players don't have a curfew. that sounds like invitation for trouble however coach jim harbaugh doesn't sound too worried. >> we trust our team. some people i saw comment on the fact that the team wasn't taking pictures or videocamera when coming off the flight last night. that was not addressed by anybody. nobody nobody talked about that. that was just something that our team didn't do. for some reason. but you know suffice it to say we trust our team. >> well the 9 remembers favore favored. coach harbaugh has to be concerned about his secondary. falcons matt ryan picked him apart in the last sunday nfc championship. now facing a red hot joe flacco who out played tom brady last weak. >> any time you can stretch the field and you have a big time quarterback like flacco that can throw the ball, always down field, throw the ball in tight window, 3350 yard deep out and skinny post the way he does it makes the team close. >> after getting a big send off in baltimore the ravens flew into new orleans today. some are calling this group a team of destiny. recall they beat the broncos in the second round thanks to last minute miracle. then a ray lewis angle as the future hall of famer tries to end his contrary with superbowl titles. this is also the har bowl as ravens head coach john harbaugh tries to get the better of his younger brother. >> play any sport with jim growing up was a test of the will for all of us. jill was ahead of his time. he was bigger stronger than all the kids his age. didn't hang around with the kids his age too much. he hung around with me and my friends all the time. and he was good enough to take it to us on pretty regular basis. >>reporter: now to basketball. warrior center andrew not play for more than two months because of sore ankle but he made a good return against toronto. didn't show much rust. 8 rebounds. 4 blocked shots and 12 points. david lee had yet another double double. 21 points. 12 board. tied at 52 at the intermission. curry at 17 points. nbingd down a long 3 here but he reinjured his right ankle
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green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... a green giant. ho ho ho green giant >>> we didn't see too much snow around these parts yesterday but the south was hit with some winter weather. parts of alabama saw as much as 4 inches of snow. businesses and schools closed early and a busy stretch of interstate had to shut down because there were so many accidents. some drivers were stuck on the road for hours. we've heard of that before in these parts. here is a look at a snowy scene a little bit closer in spotsylvania. this was september to us by a fox 5 viewer. most of the snow that fell around here was to the south of the d.c. area like tucker said it was going to be. southwestern virginia took a hard hit leaving thousands without power. if you have any snow photos you would like to share with us, accepted them to my weather photo at g mail.com. help us paint the picture of who got how much where around the area. >> i abeautiful picture. i wish we got a little something. -- a beautiful picture. >> that is not bad. my friends down south, they were sending me pictures and
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Jan 9, 2013 9:00am PST
i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ho ho ho green giant >>> hi, everybody. i'm beth troutman. we've got today's best videos and the stories behind them right here, "right this minute." >>> ah! >> two guys out for an adventure try an extreme sport. >> watch what happens. >> how this thrill ride took a turn nobody saw coming. >>> a wild elephant becomes an unwelcome visitor in this indian village. what happened to the poor dude to tried to stop the rampage. >>> it may sound like gibberish, but is this toy sending a secret message? >> did it say jesus was baby. >> nope. no one was a baby. there's no -- >> see what you can hear what one guy hears. >>> and going down the hill -- >> oh! >> and how to frost a cake with your -- >> your long metal tool. >> the video that's getting a lot of love, but -- >> beth. >>> it's an extreme sport you may not have heard of with a funny name, but this story is far from a laughing malter. it's calmed zorbing. in russia, people are inside this thing and they're going to roll people down the hill. inside are dennis and vladimir. here they go down. they have some people on the sides sort of push them back on, if they go off course. you see they kind of go off course right here. they push them back on. you can hear a bunch of people in the background speaking in russian. one of these guys says, "it's going in the wrong direction again." [ bleep ] -- [ bleep ]. >> they get really off course and start heading far to the left. one person runs down there and tries to get them back on track, but at this point it's too late. according to "life news" these two fell 312 feet. the ball eventually stop the. both of these guys were still alive but dennis later died in an ambulance. a broken spine, free fractured ribs and a bruised heart and lungs. vladimir was luckier. he suffered multiple bruises. >> no way to control it or get out. >> seems if there was a possibility of an 800-foot drop you'd have a barrier. >> "life news" speculates the owners most likely were operating without a license. dennis' family says he liked snowboarding and scuba diving. this was his latest extreme sport conquest that he wanted to do, but this time it didn't work out for him. >>> take a look at this home surveillance footage we got from kprc in texas. you're seeing a young guy walking up to the front porch of this home, and he's shaking something. according to the harris county fire department, that's actually something known as an as it bomb, and he's leaving this acid bomb, accordi to reports, on the front porch of home. >> now, kprc spoke to the homeowner that happened to be inside. >> i was sound asleep, and what i heard was like a gunshot. >> look very closely there in the corner. according to the fire department, that he believe that that is another person, and he throws yet another as it bomb. >> these bombs can really hurt people. sometimes people hear something and open the sfront door and it blows up right in their face, and hydroclor ed acid goes on their face and in their eyes. >> fortunately for the homeowner, these acid bombs exploded on the front porch. she wasn't anywhere near them. the problem is, these are incredibly dangerous. young people are leaving these on the front porches of people's homes. it's a, quote/unquote phase, people are getting into. now the new thing is to leave hydroclor ed as it bombs. >> what happened is, you leave one and start dating another girl? what happened to that? >> i don't understand why kids would do that. >>> and near saltsburg, austria caused the ground to be unstable sparking a number of landslides throughout the country. here's one. this is slowly sliding down the hill pup see trees toppling over one at a time. just like the whole landscape just shifted across the road. >> like it's on wheels almost. >> trees not just snapping, you can seep the entire root system going. the whole ground just slides away. you see the aftermath. like something built a giant bomb in the middle of the field. >> it's a good thought this road will be closed for a while. >> looked to me like they already had the road blocked off, they anticipated this. here's what a geologist had to say. >> a sliding bulk crashing again and again. it was absolutely impossible to send someone in there. >> this wasn't the only landsli landslide. another one took out another family's home. >> i noticed something rumbling and my wife said the voslide ha landed in our terrace now. >> normally you expect a bear, not this. >>> this is an unwelcome visitor in this indian village. this elephant is wreaking havoc. the forest ranger -- >> this is becoming an increasing problem for them because they say they are encroaching on areas where elephants live and there's not reality a lot of space for them to go. >> we're talking about one of the most heavily populated area in the world. >> there's no way to stop an elephant that big. >> at the end of the day, they're wild animals not used to being around people. >> this elk in sweden was just wandering around the neighborhood and just decided you know what? i'm going to wander around in somebody's backyard. ended up falling into the pool. it had something covering the pool, but it wasn't strong enough for the elk. >> the pool almost not eastern big enough to fit that elk. >> ah, this is really sad to watch. the poor little guy must have been terrified. >> well, he thought it was a hot tub. >> got to say, that thing was lucky to be alive. >> they don't know how long he's been there. >> he's doing the walk of shame, you guys. he's embarrassed! >>> flies high above to get supplies to the troops down below. >> the guys get to the edge of that door, tethered with safety straps. >> amazing work. it's terrifying video. >> see how these dudes get it droppin'. >>> and check out this girl showing off her skills on the slopes. but get this. this girl is 10 years old. >> oh, my >>> we've seen this type of video before. really cool moves, going really fast downhill, curvy roads. >> like hairpin turns. >> and that is steep. >> i can hear somebody's mom going, i can't believe you're doing that! >> these guys are incredibly talented, and you're always wondering how do they not run into the guardrail, not crash into each other? >> right. >> not only are they talented it is clear to me after watching this video, they are also incredably lucky. >> oh! man. his board got smashed. >> just hitting the is -- and a that -- kicks out the board. it looks like his buddy, who's already at the bottom is running over to get him to stop before going all the way to the other street. >> oh. >> and you can hear the skateboard crush under that cash. car. [ bleep ]. >> i mean, the kid is probably in shock at this point, because he's just looking around puzzled. definitely a lucky day for all of them. >>> what do you do if you're in the middle of afghanistan, and you need something? you call in the c-130j to come and make an air drop. these are the guys that resupply our troops on the ground if you need extra men, in you need extra ammo. if you need care packages. this is how it gets to the middle of nowhere. the cargo door on the back of the 130 opens up, and nothing there, except the ground below. you see the guys just at the edge of that door, tethered in with 15i69 15i69 safyty, and be they unleash the cargo. this is on different angles. check this out. >> it's amazing work. tarp phiing video. >> sure. there it goes. release the strap and look at that. got to be a couple ton s equipment and gear -- out. and i love this part here. the chutes all open and it's time for the happy dance. the happy dance. do the happy dance, and check this out. this angle sheer incredible, because you can see the green marker smoke, and you see how close they actually get to their target. >> oh, whoa. >> do you know how great it has to feel if you're one of our soldiers on the ground and you see this plane coming, and you see them throw the stuff out, you're like, yes! snickers. i hope there's some snickers. >> uh-huh. >>> a youtubor claims to have found a bit of a mistress involving a children's toy. they're the thai monsters. this guy was as a cvs when a friend he when he believes these toys have a subliminal message. >> every one of these cute things says exactly the same thing. sounds like gibberish. bupt if you listen closely -- they all have a hidden message. >> the hidden message, he claims they're saying is sort of right in the middle. wasn't in the beginning. wasn't at the end. listen to the middle of that gibberish. >> did it say jesus is a baby? >> nope. >> why not -- >> deago so a baby? >> no baby. there's no there's a baby. when i tell you you will be able to hear it. this guy believes they're sayinsayin saying -- >> turn off the tv. >> live to it again and i'm telling you you hear it. >> i don't hear it. >> none of you hear it? >> i think our editors need to slow this down. >> i heard it! now i hear it. it says, turn off the tv. >> i think thz leaere's even mo there. >> see? now you're, like, into it? >> but we reached out to thai to ask if this was on purpose or an accident. we haven't heard back yet, but tell us what you think. tell us if you you hear this subliminal message from the thai monster. >>> it's the cruise ship video that can only be described one way. >> so you [ bleep ] tour. >> this video going crazy viral. >> next "right this minute." >>> he's the dude who skydives naked, but this time he was packing more than just a chute. >> oh, no! >> hey, yeah! >> no shirt, no shoes -- let skype find out what he did wear for us this time. >>> and two birds storm the field, but not because of the gold. >> the bald eagle has stolen an egg from the nest. >> and make the switch. 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[ female announcer ] at&t u-verse. tv like you've never seen before. ♪ >>> it's the "best of "rtm," which means bonus video on our website. what's up, beth? >> our friend lidsie stirling is back for another awesome music video this time teamed up with the piano guy and teaming up playing the "mission impossible" theme. >> it's like a live action music video with a violin, cello and piano. >> to see this entire video, all you have to do, head to our website and click on -- >> best of "rtm." >>> and when ai did my first jump -- >> this is steve. up may not recognize his face, and that is because he is the naked skydiver. >> yeah. we got him here on the show before. >> women, he did it again, of course to help raise funds for the african kconservation trust to help save rhinos, and this is the second video that he does of a naked skydive. >> what do you notice on his hand? >> oh, no! >> yeah! [ laughter ] that is sweet. >> that is fantastic. >> we're getting a little shout-out. i love it. >> what's more, we have steve via skype "right this minute" from south africa. you raised a ton of money for the rhinos. >> $60,000 so far. it's a good goal, but i think the next goal is to try to hit into the hundreds of thousands. >> are you raising more money with each successive jump as you get more popular with this? >> what i'm going to do, try to see how many different stunts i can do. i'm going to do a celebrity, one of the big tv shows. i'm hoping at a big stadium with all these things, challenge me to do more things. >> do you think they're doing it because of the rhinos or for the news. >> seeing dead rhinos, i think making it slightly amusing, allowing people top say, this is quite funy. wlapts it about? and actually, i really like that cause. it's a good thing. if e don't look after it, we're going to lose our rhinos. by 2015, a decline and actually losing more rhinos than we actually have. >> do you have "rtm" written on you anywhere now? >> yeah! >> love it. >> whew! >> if want to see how i did the -- one event i can show you how i did the jump there, if you like. i might have to take my shirt off again. >> oh, well, we'll just have to deal with that. [ laughter ] >> oop. he's doing it. do you have pants today? >> oh! [ laughter ] >>> you just never know what you're going to catch on camera. watch this video shot in st. petersburg, florida, at a kicking camp. 85 ath sleeletes from 40 states participating in this event. did you see it? what's he doing? >> kicking a field goal. >> okay. so look beyond the field goal and close what kri679 christia thinking. two birds flying by. two birds. we've got an osprey and a bald eagle. and according to the folks who posted this video. >> the bald eagle has stolen a fish from the osprey's nest that was in the stadium a little earlier. >> yeah. if you look closely i think one of the birds -- to the other one. >> oh, they're not passing. they're battling over this fish. the eagle stole it from the osprey. they had been battled overhead for quite a while and you're going to see what happened. this is the osprey, this is the bald eagle. >> swoops down, able to get it before it hits the ground. >>he battling that's going on. >> you do see it! >> here's the bald eagle going down for a dive amp the fish falls to the ground and he swoops in for a catch. >> that was amazing. >> the field goial is definite lip the least impressive thing in this video. >> the real here so that eagle with that grab of the fish. >> when this eagle goes down and grabs the fish,al-of-the who at stadium bursted out in applause. >>> and this is really informati informative. >> you're on timeout leo! some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will. some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will. >>> alex of the u kuchlt sak sa in a pizza joint and said something started picking on him because he's a red head or a ginger head, he walks outside, boom! somebody knocks him out. >> what? >> police say he had to have surgery. this happened in february of last year. now police are releasing the video hoping they can find the guy who did it. >> they still haven't found this guy and it's been more than a year? >> near lay year and they have not found this guy, because, he was just a stranger, and a pizza take-out place picking on this guy because he has red hair. i've heard of kids being made fun of because they have red hair, whatever kipds make fun of other kids for, but never heard of a grown man getting knocked out because he red hair. >> the guy had no chance to react or defend himself. >> the victim segz he suffered a broken jaw and depression after the attack. >> that this guy would even have a problem with another human being over the color of his hair is just an ignorant goofball. >>> if you ever tried to ice a cake you know it's hard. not easy. sometimes you tear the cake. a tutorial on how to do it and i have to tell you, it's my favorite tutorial ever. >> oh, brother. >> hubba, hubba. >> this is really informative. >> and then a nice -- >> does he actually tell us how to ice the cake? >> he really does. so you take your long, metal tool, and you spread the frosting on the cake. >> you hear choice words you're using here. >> i'm 1yu689 telling y ingtell just telling you how to ice the cake properly. >> see, what's funny about this is your average gal is going to love this video because it has cake and a shirtless dude. beth troutman is going to hate it. am i
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Jan 23, 2013 12:00am PST
green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ho ho ho ♪ green giant trying to beg, barrow and steal their way to the superbowl new orleans. it is a trip that will cost you thousands of dollars anyway you do it. abc7 news reporter john alston is live with the story. john? >> city hall is decked out in team colors. they had fewer than 13,000 super bowl tickets. and after a lottery an undisclosed number went to season ticket holders. with the nfc championship game out of the way, the upcoming super bowl has become a tale of two talmadges. joe senior, a season ticket holder for 37 years lucked out today and got the e-mail he was hoping for, a chance to buy two super bowl tickets at face value, $950 a pop. >> but the flights arrangements have been made. the whole thing probably per person will cost about $5,000. >> his son, joe junior, did not get picked by the 49ers in the lottery. >> they do their best. i think the more. but just my having the opportunity to go, the team going to the super bowl, if you are lucky enough to get selected, th
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Jan 31, 2013 9:30am PST
. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >>> if you're in the mood to play a musical instrument and you don't have one -- >> what do you do? >> you mcgyver one. >> these guys mcgyvered bagpipes using pvc and duct tape. >> that is weird. looks like they pulled stuff out of the garbage and now they are playing with their mouth. >> pretty much what they did. you can see them blowing air through the pipes. this is the plastic bag covered with duct tape. >> the wrong dance to do. >> that's russian. >> this entire getup put together by scott martin and todd. >> those were the duct tape and pvc bagpipes. >> we could start a garbage band. >> songs made out of garbage, garbage jam, volume one. >>> puppy hates the shovel. >>> ladies, this is not a petting zoo. this is a guy named jaime king's front year. he woke up from a nap and heard kids say, come pet the deer. he came to and said, wait a minute, did they say deer. he ran outside thinking they were in danger.
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Jan 29, 2013 12:35am EST
announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >>> one of the most critically acclaimed films of the year, "zero dark thirty" has been nominated for almost every award but the big screen version of the hunt for osama bin laden has attracted less welcome attention. here's abc's martha raditz with more. >> reporter: "zero dark thirty" has won a slew of awards. but this block buster movie that depicts the greatest manhunt in history -- has gained a very different kind of notoriety as well. from the demonstrations at openings to a senate investigation, "zero dark thirty" created a lot of controversy. mark boal wrote and produced "zero dark thirty" what has some so angry? the film's depex that water boarding and other interrogation helped lead to bin laden. john mccain went on cnn. >> you believe when watching this movie that waterboarding and torture leads to information that leads, then, to the elimination of osama bin laden. that's not the case. >> reporter: in decembe
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Jan 16, 2013 11:00pm PST
, just by making dinner. hamburger helper. available at walmart. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >>> locked up, check it out. a three-legged german point hair was caught stealing. this story is out of new zealand. he went to a nearby convenient store where he grabbed meat from an open fridge and took off running. since the first robbery was apparently so successful, oscar apparently returned. this time he wasn't so lucky. he was caught. he will serve time in the pound until his owners are back. you know, a dog's got to eat. >> i know. don't you think? >> he's hungry. >> give him a breck. >> take us out with a quick look of how we'll wake up tomorrow morning. >> a little more milder in the morning but very cold. low to mid-30s throughout friday, saturday and sunday, upper 60s to near 70. awesome weather. be careful if you head out to the coastline. we'll have dangerous surf. >> thank you, jeff. >> thanks for joining us. >> have a great day tomorrow. >> bye-bye. >> announcer: it's "the tonight show
ABC
Jan 27, 2013 11:00pm EST
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Jan 25, 2013 4:25am EST
] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >>> we have a news alert coming out of the district now. a 17-year-old is recovering after he was brutally attacked near the rhode island avenue metro station. >> the attack happened on wednesday afternoon when the victim sid 787 guys jumped him and robbed him. they left joseph argola with a broken arm and jaw, his jaw now wired shut for six weeks. joseph's mother, who is blind, says she is worried about how she will prepare liquid meals for her son. she tells us all she wants now is justice. >> why should that happen to my son? what did he do to anybody? why was he attacked by seven people. next time, they are going to kill somebody. >> the attackers stole joseph's wallet and other belongings. anyone with information is being asked to call d.c. police. >>> police in prince george's county arrested two people accused in the deadly shooting of a high school student. marcus jones was kill the weekend on webster lane in for
FOX News
Jan 19, 2013 10:30am EST
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ABC
Jan 30, 2013 12:35am EST
taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ho ho ho ♪ green giant >>> from washington, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >>> again, and thanks for joining us. tonight, the frantic international search for the young american mother who suddenly vanished while traveling alone on a dream vacation. it was her first trip overseas, but right before she was supposed to return home to her husband and her two young boys in new york, she disappeared without a trace. abc's juju chang brings us the latest. >> reporter: it was the trip of a lifetime complete with artsy instagram posts from istanbul, that sarai sierra, an avid photographer, shared with her family in new york. but when they went to pick her up at the airport, they discovered to their horror that somewhere halfway around the world she simply vanished. >> i called united airlines. they stated that she didn't board the flight. >> reporter: tonight her husband steven is caught up in a gut wrenching global missing persons case. >> you know, you have so many
FOX
Jan 23, 2013 11:00pm EST
announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >>> some local parents could be sent to jail if their kids miss too much school. there's a reason many of us dread wednesdays. shawn yancy has your top five. >> up first, why your super bowl menu may be missing a key dish this year. number five, apparently there is a shortage of chicken wings, which is bad news for football fans getting ready for their super bowl parties. the national kicken council says the demand is at an all- time high due to decreased wing production caused by the high cost of corn and feed prices. >>> ladies, this may explain why we don't like wednesday afternoons. 3:30 p.m. wednesdays is when we think we look the oldest, feel the most stressed out, and suffer from a supreme dip in energy levels. experts say it's when the effects of those late weekend nights kick in. >>> number three, women in the u.s. who smoke today have a much higher risk of dying from lung cancer than they did decades ago.
KOFY
Jan 18, 2013 12:00am PST
isn't she? [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >> if you are thinking about buying a gift card watch out. we have warning about thieves stealing money right off the cards. santa cruz county sheriff's department says gift card fraud is on the rise. thieves steal money from the cards by scanning the bar code and creating a duplicate. once you load the card with money, they use their copy to buy merchandise. investigators say it happened three times recen recently at santa cruz safeway stores. tip from michael you can avoid theft by purchasing cards that are sealed in a package and do not have an exposed bar code. >> good tip. >>> first of hundreds of lawsuits involving death and injuries from sudden axle inflammation toyota vehicles has now been settled. this camry slammed into a wall in utah. no financialal terms exposed. remaining law firm not affected by the settlement today. last month toyota agreed to pay more than 1 billion dollars to res
FOX
Jan 29, 2013 9:00am PST
gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >>> a new show premiered over the weekend on tlc. take a look. >> beverly hills, plastic surgeans. there are more plastic surgeons here probably than there are politicians in washington, d.c. >> so you can tell from the beginning of this trailer, it's all about plastic surgeon, but it take it is a step further perp it's called "plastic wives." >> it's about the wives of beverly hills plastic surgeons. the wives you may recognize, dana devon, the host of "extra" nearly a decade. a television personality. huge star. >> i want to lose some of the extra skin. you pay for it in other ways. so don't get me wrong. >> what? >> tell us more about plastic wives and tell us about what it's like being married to a plastic surgeon, we have dana via skype from beverly hills, california. >> tell us why you would want to be a part of this? why you'd air everything out there for everyone to see? >> when i was on "extra" i thought i had an interesting job. afte
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Jan 30, 2013 9:30am PST
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Jan 29, 2013 11:00pm EST
] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant [ male announcer ] once you've got verizon fios internet, you get it -- the difference 100% fiber optics makes. but don't take our word for it -- ask a real fios customer. ask me why fiber optics matters. ask me about the upload speeds -- they're sick! [ male announcer ] so go online and send a tweet to a real fios customer. last chance to get fios for just $89.99 a month for 2 years with a 2-year agreement. plus get $300 back. visit got2getfios.com for america's fastest, most reliable internet. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >>> doctors are proving how far medical scientists come to three wounded warriors. brendan morocco is speaking out. six weeks after a double arm transplant. he lost all four of his limbs four years ago. 16 doctors at johns hopkins worked to connect the muscles, nerves, and skin. he will always remember the first time he moved his new arms. >> i was sitting there with
KOFY
Jan 29, 2013 12:00am PST
. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >> tonight. chp is trying to catch the driver who put on this illegal show stopping traffic on east bay freeway. good evening everyone. >> it was reckless and outrageous and for the moment they all got away. tonight one of the women who saw it happen tells 7 news that she was afraid the cars would go flying over the divider. john is live at chp headquarters in oakland with the details and the video. john even the cops say they haven't seen anything like this. >>reporter: this was something else. chp would love to get their hands on the drivers and they have a lot of video evidence of what happened right in the middle of the freeway. tonight we spoke to woman who had a front row seat. doesn't get more bold than this. saturday afternoon about half dozen drivers took over 8 80 north near the oakland coliseum doing do nut and burning rub interwhat is called a side show. a lot of drivers caught up in the traf
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Jan 20, 2013 6:30pm EST
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Jan 24, 2013 12:00am PST
delicious. but say i press a few out flat... add some beef sloppy joe sauce... and cheese fold it all up and boom! i just made an unbeatable unsloppy joe pillsbury grands biscuits. let the making begin. that's been wrapped in a flaky crust stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. across the bay area. you can see the rain soaked roads as we looked at the toll plaza. good evening. i'm carolyn johnson. jay i'm dan ashley. here is a look at interstate 80. they are driving with wet and hazy conditions. the roads are slick, but there are no reports of any major problems. we saw showers for most of the day and into the night in several shots like this one in pleasanton. let's get the latest on the rain from meteorologist sandhya patel with live doppler 7hd. >> dan and carolyn, this system is very slow moving. it is not in a hurry to get out of here. i'll show you where we are still getting rain. this is the same system that started the rain this afternoon. from ukiah to clear lake we have seen light to moderate rain. i will take you in closer around the clear lake area where they are getting some of the moderate rain indicated in the yellow. calistoga, saint huh -- saint helena getting light rain and around first avenue as you can see and out toward fairfield light rain, alaska avenue. as we pan around the bay area from san francisco down the paw finishes law -- the peninsula, san mateo, redwood city, wet around belmont and 42nd avenue and foster city across the san mateo bridge. as we check out the east bay, lighter rainfall toward hayward, union city, fremont. in san jose we are seeing some rain at this hour. getting you down to street level. hills dale avenue and highway 101. san jose .01 and san francisco .13. getting toward mount saint helena and we received .59 of an inch of rain. as you head out the door, make sure you have your umbrella and raincoats and make sure you give yourself extra time. a detailed look at tomorrow and the weekend coming up. carolyn? >> we will see you shortly. >> secret meetings are being held about the chandra murder case. she was an inturn murdered -- she was an intern murdered a decade ago. it seems the conviction could be in jeopardy. ama dates sat down and she has their reaction to this mysterious meeting. >> federal prosecutors told robert and susan levey about the secret hearings, but they wouldn't say what they were about. the levey's understanding is that it has to do with a witness not telling the truth about their daughter, chandra. chandra worked as an intern in washington, d.c. and her body was found in a park in 2002. a man was convicted of the crime, and now there appears to be new information. >> they haven't said because it is all secret. they have to have another trial or if they have another suspect we don't know. they can't tell us because it is a secret. >> the attorneys can't even go along with the people who are reporters or news people. it is totally sealed. that's what we know. >> reporter: according to usa today, the problem is serious enough that the appeal has been put on hold until the new development is dealt with. the leveys are concerned that he could somehow go free. ultimately they want justice. >> she a convicted rapist and an illegal alien. he is not legal or working. he is a criminal. he shouldn't go free. but if he is innocent of murder he shouldn't be in jail for it. >> no matter what goes on our daughter is dead. it doesn't really matter except that they get the right person. >> reporter: for now that american remains him. the leveys say they always thew he would appeal -- knew he would appeal at some ., but didn't know when. in modesto, ama dates. abc news. >>> a deadly accident on interstate 980 in oakland. a pedestrian was hit and killed near the 17th street on-ramp to westbound 980. according to the bay area news group, the man was elderly and hit by three cars. the first two left the scene and the third driver waited for police. there is no word on why the pedestrian was on the on-ramp. >>> a san jose woman known for selling candy and soda out of her home was found killed. she was found shot and police are not sure what lead to the shooting. they believe that the woman was targeted. neighbors say she was a positive presence in the area. >> my niece used to go there and buy candy, soda. she was nice, kind. she cares about people. she was the candy lady. >> investigators spent some time this evening going through her car. they pulled out a bach packed with -- a box packed with cartonses of cigarettes. we found a business license registered to the victim that allows her to sell cigarettes. >>> in san jose police are trying to find the man who tried to kidnap a 13-year-old girl. tried and thankfully did not succeed. alan wang is live at police headquarters with the story. alan, you found some pretty good surveillance tape that can help police. >> yes, this is very interesting. this happened on friday morning as the girl was walking to school. it was dark outside, but the neighbor's night vision camera captured it. >> in couple seconds you will see her walk in here. >> reporter: when frank tavares found out a young girl was almost kidnapped on his street he decided to check out the home surveillance system. >> there she is and doesn't make it past the tree. if you look right here you might see him dart off right there. you can barely see it. but then she gets up. you can tell she was like grabbing something from her side and running off. either the car startled them. my neighbor saw it too. >> i heard a loud screaming and opened the door. i saw a girl across the street running to the right side and a guy, tall, skinny, dressed in black was running the opposite side. >> it confirms a girl's report that a man tried to abduct her as she walked to school on saint james street near north 33rd on friday morning at exactly 6:09. >> she had a friend down the street maybe about five houses at the most. they meet up there, and then they go to school. >> the girl helped put together this sketch of a suspect described to be a 25 to 35-year-old latino male. he is about 5 foot 10 with a thin to medium build and black hair and brown eyes and a mustache. he was wearing a dark blue hooded sweatshirt with blue di ky -- dickys. >> they plan on contacts frank tavares tomorrow. if you have any information about this suspect contact the san jose police department. reporting live in san jose, alan wang, abc7 news. >> alan, can thank you. >>> the city of oakland is making a controversial move in the fight against crime after a contentious nine-hour meeting last night. the oakland city council gave the green light to hire former new york city and los angeles police chief bill bratten. we spoke with bratten by phone and he says he is confident he can make a difference. >> the crime was not down in the city i was working in. all of those cities i bt co-ed to go -- i couldn't go down. >> they were hiring 20 police service technicians, and the interim use of the alameda sheriff deputies to help the suppression areas. >> two people were detained and not arrested following a house fire in oakland. it started about 5:20 in an abandoned three-story building. firefighters did not enter the building to fight this one. instead they blasted it from water from above. the building is complete loss. there were three squaters when the fire streartd. the building's owner said it is a problem when it rains. >>> women will join men on the front lines. leon panetta is removing the military's ban on women serving in combat. that will open hundreds of thousands of front line positions after more than a decade at war. it will be the first fully integrated military in america's history. >> by allowing women to do line officer roles and allowing them to be engaged in combat we have the same skin in the game as the men, and it means that we are now qualcomm pet fors for promotions and for opportunities andett set raw. >> the military has until january of 2016 to seek special exceptions if they believe any position should remain closed to beam. to women. >> they will deliver the state of the state address and we will carry it live from the state capital beginning at 9:00 in the morning. >>> as we continue, an east bay school is adding another layer of security for its students. the small change that may make a big difference for students in lafayette. >> we need to get this win. this is huge for us. >> the niners are gearing up are to the super bowl and for fans in one bay area city the victory will be sweeter. >> and admitting the truth. manti te'o says he fell for an on-line girlfriend hoax. why he said he lied about it after learning the truth. >> and then late other "gym mooy kim --" jimmy kimmle live." >> we vo have naomi watts with us and if she wins she will thank knee in her speech. >> i never said that. >> can i have your gift basket? >> no. i >>- q. you are the best. >> that's right dinner's ready. 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newahandles that lock from the inside with a push of a button. the old doors locked only from the outside using a key. school officials say it will improve security in the wake of the sandy hook elementary tragedy ?ie. manti te'o -- >>> manti te'o admits he lied about the hoax even after he found out about the truth. he told katie couric that he enjoyed the feeling he was inspiring other people. >> my story i felt was a guy who in times of hardship and in times of trial really held strong to his faith, held strong to his family. i felt that was my story. >> even if that hardship was perhaps exaggerated? >> no, what i went through was real. the feelings, theain, the sorrow, that was all real. >> you can see the full exclusive interview with manti te'o and his pearnts tomorrow at 3 -- and his parents tomorrow on "katie." >>> as the super bowl approaches excitement among the 49ers faithful is building. that's particularly true for fans in one bay area city. leslie brinkly talked to the fans and the players players in santa clara. >> reporter: after an on the field workout, the 49er players spoke out in the locker room about their flight to the big easy and what lies ahead. and it wasn't all super bowl talk. >> it is not my first rodeo. i will be going out there and meet some of my old teammates and enjoying eating um -- and enjoy eating all of this up. >> i am a southern boy. it is right up my alley. >> it is not a vacation. the food can wait after the game. once we know what happens after the game i'm pretty sure we got a date to hang hot -- hang out there and that's when we will eat and break my health habit. >> you can go to bourbon street and have a ball. i will pay if you want me to. we need to get this win. this will be huge for us. >> while players are looking forward to new orleans, santa clara is looking forward to them returning hopefully victoria to their new home and their new stadium. >> that's awesome. i love the fact they come back to santa clara. >> it is santa clara, of course. that's the future. the future isn't san francisco anymore. >> this is great. it will mean great things for the area just because of the business and the tax revenue. >> they are moving over here. i guess it will put us on the map. >> abc7 news. >> abc7 news has an entire team heading to the super bowl. they will be joined by abc7 news reporters wayne freedman. we will be tweeting updates at abc7 news bay area. stay with us. we have a lot planned. >> it will be a lot of fun. >>> let's find out about how our weather is shaping up. >> we talked about it at the top and the rain is here. sandhya patel is here. >> you will see wet pavement tomorrow morning. as you look at live doppler 7hd we still have some rain and some showers across the bay area. let's get first to the north bay. from ukiah to clear lake we are seeing rainfall. it is moderate in intensity. it is right around the clear lake area. you can see it here in the yellows. just keep that in mind. we do have a lighter return across the bay area. in the east bay, san leandro and hayward and castro valley and union city is getting some wet roadways right now and down the peninsula lighter showers from san mateo and across 92 and heading down toward belmont and san carlos. we have light to moderate rain in the san jose area. heading out toward alan rock, it is definitely on the wet side. the system will slowly wind down and we will see showers for the morning hours. in the sierra nevada they are starting to get some snow. it is coming up from the south, and you can see it is a mild storm. it is resulting in the possibility of a couple inches of snow. not expected to be a big snow maker. the snow levels are running high and it will be above 7,000 feet. the temperatures right now are 40s and 50s. it was certainly a cooler day today. the visibility as you will notice with some fog developing down to 3 miles in novato. when you head out the door you will not only face the showers, but the fog. so keep that in mind. the rain continues overnight and damp for the morning drive and a chance of rain for this weekend. do not can sell your plans. it is not going to be a wash up. here is the system producing the rain. it is a slow mover. once the system moves through we will see the rain winding down. here is the computer animation. you notice the front continues to move down to the south. in the morning in the bay area you are still going to see the rain showers, and the showers won't wind down this will early afternoon. it is still lippingerring around a the money raw ray bay. we will go with partial clearing and morning will start out in the 40s. you will need an umbrella and give yourself a little extra time as the scattered showers will continue. tomorrow afternoon the temperatures in the mid50s around clear lake and 57 ukiah and 59 san francisco out toward oakland, fremont, palo alto, san jose, low 60s. around the monterey bay, temperatures in the low 60s with the cloud cover around. some lingering showers in the money you tay -- monterey bay. dry for friday. chance of showers on saturday and mainly in the morning midday hours. and then there is a slight possibility of showers on monday. computers in disagreement. and then we will go with a dry and milder forecast. we have our own radar along with the national weather service. we will be tracking this rain for you and keeping you posted for the upcoming weekend. >> thank you, sandhya. >>> let's check in on sports right now. >> about a week to go and then we have this big game. you are getting ready to go to new orleans. >> yes, it will be fun. we will check in with vernon davis and another statement win for the warriors as curry is stuffing the ballot box for [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ 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[ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ho ho ho green giant the warriors are making believers out of the entire nba. they watched them knock off the best team, oklahoma city. the nba's leading scorer and steph curry proving he should be an allstar. sweet reverse in the first quarter. this curry is spicy. 31 for steph. that is an allstar finish. warriors down 5 at the half. stop the ball. stop the ball. with authority. ole-kc was up. under two minutes to go and the car yes, sirs were in the game. jarod jack has his own step back. to the final secondses and the thunder down too. inbound and curry with the steel. the anticipation there to take it away and the warriors knock off the thunder 104-99. the legend of kaepernick has been fantastic to watch unless you happen to be alex smith. the niners hit the practice field for the first time since winning the nfc title. alex took the niners to the championship game and pushed out of the picture now. vernon davis respects that alex has swallowed his pride. >> started the season and kaep is finishing the season. i think alex has been a class act as far as handling everything that is going on. he has been through a lot. he understands that it is the nature of the business. >> i feel compelled to warn you that it is not a joke. jamarcus russell is planning a come back. the former raider known as the worst pick in history, number one pick anyway was released in may of 2010. he has been working out with jeff garcia and running back marshall faulk. he started working out in the fall and he is now down to 308 pounds. he should come back as an offensive lineman. sharapova favored to win. the first set and nah dominating. nah wins the first set and now serving for the match the 6th seed advances to the final. 6-2, 6-2 and she will face the winner of the other semi. the serena slayer sloane stevens . finally hits long here. azarinka will face nah who wants to repeat in medical burn. melbourne. they felt a ball boy was stalling and so he kicked the kid. he got the ball and also got a red card and a possible suspension after that. chelsea was upset by swansea 2-0 on aggregate scoring. abc7 sports brought to you by river rock casino. don't kick the ball boy. >> there's something i have never seen. >> that's a bizarre highlight. >> he was in a rush. give me the ball. >>> just ahead, a sweet idea from some of the top chefs in the bay area. >> a look at here you go little man. 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Jan 17, 2013 12:00am PST
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Jan 26, 2013 7:00am PST
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Jan 11, 2013 11:00pm PST
you're doing good, just by making dinner. hamburger helper. available at walmart. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... ♪ and feel like a green giant. ♪ ho ho ho ♪ green giant >>> millions of people are being warned to disable their java software because of a security weakness. the department of homeland security says the program makes computers vulnerable to everything from viruses to ransom ware, which can force users to pay to log back into their own pcomputers. users should just disable the software in web browsers. some web companies are taking action by blocking it on their end. >>> the bizarre saga of a silicon valley software pioneer is headed for the big screen. the hollywood reporter says warner brothers picked up the rights to john mcafee's last stand. the filmmakers behind the movie "crazy stupid love" will adapt that article for a movie. mcafee is a person of interest in the death of a neighbor in belize. he was deported to the united states after faking an illness. he says he's now broke. >>> we're back in a moment to talk about the warriors big nigh
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Jan 29, 2013 1:00pm PST
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Jan 14, 2013 12:00pm PST
next week, too. have a great weekend. >>> playoff fever gripping the bay area as 49 ever playoff tickets go on sale. >>> new information about the 1981 death of natalee wood. >>> plus bracing for the flu to hit the bay area. all at noon. >>> good afternoon i'm rita williams. tori campbell is off today. in less than an hour oakland police and city officials are scheduled to address the recent rash of deadly violence in that city. alex savidge is live right now at city hall with what city leaders are expected to say. alex what are they expected to say? >> reporter: well, they are supposed to come up with some solutions some ways to try to curb the shootings. it was a particularly violent weekend in oakland. this announcement will involve both the mayor and police chief. again it will happen within the hour. the announcement will take place right at the spot where three-year-old carlos nava was killed back in 2001. you may remember this shooting. the young boy hit by a stray bullet and right now there is a mural that has been painted in that area in his honor. no one from oakland police or the mayor's office has culled me back. we do understand the focus will be on the four homicides in oakland this past friday and the 11 people wounded by gunfire over the weekend. just last night five people were shot at a birthday party. the surge in violence has led larry reid to be called as a state of emergency. the move would free up funds from the state. now many in oakland agree with the councilman. >> i think it's way out of control. and no mother or father should have to bury their child. and nobody should have to lose a family member. we lost enough. it's bad enough we lose schools and libraries. now we lose more family members. >> reporter: and that man i talked with a short time ago a lifelong oakland resident told me his brother was actually shot not long ago. he said the violence in this city touches everyone. oakland police say much of the violence they have seen over the past few days is being fueled by gangs retaliating against one another. again, chief of police here in oakland, mayor, and community leaders will be gathering. it gets started at 12:45. we are live in oakland this afternoon alex savidge ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you, alex . >>> later today this afternoon two men are to enter pleas in the connection of the deaths of two teenage girls killed in oakland. 18-year-old de on they powell is charged with two countsover murder and 20-year-old antonio edwards is charged with driving the get away car. >>> president obama is warning congress that time is running short to raise the nation's debt ceiling and that failing to act would be irresponsible. he made the comments this morning during the last press conference of his first term. the president said he wants to make it clear that raising the debt ceiling will not raise -- he warned that if congressional republicans fail to approve legislation to pay america's bills on time, everything from social security checks to veterans benefits could be delayed. >> last time they flirted with this delay our aaa credit rating was downgraded. our business have created the fewest jobs of any month in the past three years. and ironically the whole fiasco actually haded to the deaf -- actually added to the deficit. >> reporter: president obama is reviewing a list of proposals from joe biden about how to reduce gun violence. the two met earlier today to go over the vice president's recommendations over how to tighten tougher gun laws. among the proposals under consideration are a ban on assault weapons and high capacity ammunition clips. here in the bay area gun buy back is scheduled for tomorrow in marin city. the event offers gun owners $200 to turn in their semi automat weapons. and $100 for other guns. the guns can be brought to police stations in novato, san rafael, and point rays from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. guns will be accepted from residents of marin, sonoma, san francisco and contra costa counties. >>> santa cruz police are searching for a man who groped a 12-year-old girl. here is a police sketch of thiasus protect. the girl was attacked on friday as she walked home from school on watt null avenue. the suspected is described as latino in his 20s about six feet tall. more than 250 pounds and wearing wire rim glasses. marin city man is accused of rape is behind bars today. jovan jones sexually assaulted a woman as she entered her home saturday night. jones was booked on charges including rape, burglary, robbery, aggravated assault and false imprisonment. los angeles police have made a until a swat team stormed into the store early friday morning. the suspects got away. police are releasing few details about the arrest but say one person was taken into custody on friday. another arrest came the following day at a phoenix hotel. police say at least three people were injured during the hostage stand off. including one employee who was sexually assaulted. >>> authorities shed more light on the 1981 death of hollywood actress natalee wood. coroners officials changed her cause of death from drowning to drowning and other undetermined factors. this based on unexplained bruises on her upper body. she was on a yacht with her husband when she drowned. >>> and now we have weather with rosemary orozco. >> thank you. the oakland police say that black ice caused a multicar crash this morning in the oakland hills. we were showing yo i that video a moment ago. we are still in the 40s. if you can take a look at the numbers around the bay area. 43 san rafael. 46 in san francisco right now. 47 mountain view. low 40s outside your door in livermore. this after warming 10-20 degrees over the course of the morning. 22 in petaluma this morning. 27 in napa. mid 30s in the city of san francisco. 26 walnut creek. and 23-degrees in phil -- in gilroy. the cold spell will continue one more night. coming up in a few moments i will detail this for you and have a look at what you can expect for this afternoon coming up. >> thank you. >>> playoff fever is now sweeping the bay area. ktvu brian flores reports after this weekend's decisive win 489er fan -- 49er fans are ready to roll on. all the way to the super bowl. >> you are exactly right. good afternoon to you. even though that lost playoff game a couple days old, there is no shortage of 49er pride. you're taking a look at a huge san francisco 49ers flag here on top of the financial district building. the talk at least this noon hour is a play of the 49ers and especially quarterback collin kaepernick. fans are just excited about this weekend's game. they are confident the team will win against the falcons. if you're playing ongoing to atlanta you may want to grab tickets now. i just checked on ticket master about 20 minutes ago. there are still tickets available but the cheapest ticket was around $245.79. i was able to find a pair of tickets for $118. you can also check nfl ticket exchange. ticket master cities those tickets won't go on sale until all the regular season tickets are sold. majority of fans will be watching the game at home this weekend. we spoke with 49ers and falcons fan and they explained why their team is going to win. >> so exciting. i wish i i was at the game but i didn't get tickets. a lot of us hung out and watched the game. really excited for next weekend and hopefully going to the super bowl. >> they usually sort of crumble this time of year. but they came back. 31 seconds left and they kept fighting. they will keep fighting. they've had a taste of the reed option. i think they will try to come up with something to try to contain him. >> reporter: and of course as you can imagine merchandise is flying off the shelves as well. i checked with the nfl college shop they say they have plenty of inventory. when i called the sf sports in the san francisco center they say they were completely sold out of collin kaepernick jerseys. a lot of fans excited. good luck on trying to find the collin kaepernick jerseys. you can watch the game right here on ktvu channel 2. live here in san francisco i'm brian flores. >> that is right. you can watch the 49ers take on the falcons right here on ktvu channel 2. our coverage begins sunday after mornings on 2 with nfl championship chase at 10:00 a.m.. kickoff is just afternoon. you can also find more on the 49 everies super bowl quest on the nfl playoffs tab on ktvu.com. >>> wide spread flu is on the way to california. we'll tell you how bad the situation is here and how you can may have trouble finding a vaccine. >>> an increase in ridership on bart. why it's causing problems for the transit agency. at ikea, we don't just design furniture. we design good mornings. little experiments. big ideas. brighter ways. and better tomorrows you can take home today. imagine if everyday was just a little bit better for everyone. >>> california is one of only three states where an epidemic of the flu has not been declared but public health officials say that is likely to change in the coming months. ktvu channel 2 reporter janine de la vega is live in santa clara to update us on the situation there and why getting the flu vaccine seems to be getting more difficult. janine. >> reporter: rita, i spoke with a have doctor í from the public health department he tells me they are seeing more people being treated for respiratory viruses rather than the flu. he still wants to people to be protected. at kizer santa clara the staff saw an increase in the number of patients in their emergency room being treated for the flu and respiratory illness. people were given masks inside to keep the sickness from spreading. the flu has hit hard with new york being the latest state to declare a public notice. in santa clara county the numbers show that 1% had a severe case and had been hospitalized but health officials say with people traveling influenza could become wide spread here. >> the key things are get your flu shot. make sure you don't go to work if you are sick. people like to go to work when they are sick. but they are spreading the germs and wash your hands, cover your cough. >> reporter: numerous big chains told me they were out of the chain. rite aid said they had flu shots available but the pharmacist said they ran out. al greens in san hoosier were also cleaned out. i found a customer wearing a mask because she has cold symptoms and trouble breathing but says she's not vaccinated. >> yeah. i can't breathe. so that's the main thing. not feeling too good. but i'm not sure if it's the flu or cold. >> reporter: local health officials say there is still time to get a flu shot. they actually have some available here at the public health department. they tell me it take about two weeks once you get the shot before it becomes effective. reporting live janine de la vega ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. >>> and santa rosa memorial hospital nurses are kicking off a two-day strike. it's the third strike in four months amid contract negotiations. replacement nurses have been hired on a four-day contract which means striking nurses could be locked out until friday. the windsor urgent care center will be temporarily closed today and tomorrow and patients will be treated at santa rosa and roanoke park urgent care facilities. >>> pg&e is defending its pipeline testing before the blast. it was up to gas industry standards according to a report from the chronicle. previously company executives admitted to problems with pg&e's pipeline testing and maintenance. killed eight people and destroyed 38 homes. >>> cyclist lance armstrong reportedly apologized to the staff before sitting down for a 90 minute interview with oprah winfrey. live strong is armstrong's cancer charity. in an interview set to air on thursday night armstrong is expected to admit to doping after more than a decade of denial. armstrong was stripped of his seven tour de france titles last year. >>> bart's increased ridership has brought a lot more people than the agency expected. the san francisco chronicle reports bart averages 390,000 rides a weekday. now that is 6% higher than last year. the agency was expecting an increase of less than 2%. there are so many riders some commuters don't feel safe. >> if a train gets taken out of service, the bart platform gets really crowded and it's a little nerve wracking. i think it's also dangerous. >> now bart officials are looking at expanding the platforms at the embarcadero and montgomery stations. >>> one man is recovering after a fire broke out in his apartment in berkeley early this morning. it happened on acton street and bancroft way just after midnight. firefighters say the injured man suffered minor burns and smoke inhalation. neighbors say they heard him screaming for help. >> i heard some popping sounds and then i heard him yelling call 911 and so that's what i did. >> she says the victim is the landlord of the building. according to the fire chief the cause is still under investigation but he does not think that it appears to be suspicious. the looming threat of closing clayton cities only fire station has now been put to rest. authorities say instead of a full closure fire officials will staff the station from 2:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. monday through saturday. the fire crew scene engine will be staffed from nearby station 22 in concord during those hours. >>> good afternoon to you. cool dry weather will continue around the bay area for your afternoon. giving you a look at well all that sunshine out there. isn't that a gorgeous looking view over the bay and golden gate? we have just gorgeous blue skies overhead. although you will need that jacket and you will probably need it the entire day. again into the lunch hour and we are still struggling in the 40s. 46 calistoga. 47 petaluma. 50 degrees in hills burg. if we head to the east bay dealing with 48. walnut creek 48. 26 in mt. diablo. in the hills it's a little breezy with the windshield pack -- windchill factor mt. diablo feels like nine degrees. 48 in san jose 48 morgan hill. 47 belmont. 46 menlo park. you get the idea most of us pretty chilly. for some of us brisk as well. oakland 14 miles an hour breeze. sfo16. 17 in san jose. if you do have the breeze, you are definitely going to notice because it will feel even chillier than that 40 some degrees. temperatures will remain on the cool side. for some of us we'll only be warming. 54 in berkeley for the afternoon. 53 san francisco. 53 expected in hayward. 49 for antioch. 51 for concord. into the north bay low to mid 50s. 55 expected santa rosa. how about the south bay? 53 for you san jose. 51 in morgan hill. low 50s for los gatos. 54 degrees in santa cruz. as we start tomorrow morning, temperatures will be just as chilly giving you a look at the pacific satellite view. the ridge of high pressure over the pacific easy to see. you see that big arch all the way into alaska. alaska normally warm because of that ridge there. we continue with this pattern at least for one more night. tomorrow morning we'll have the frost advisory once again around the bay. the freeze warning for inland valleys northeast and in the south. south of san jose. numbers very similar to tomorrow. afternoon highs will be slightly warmer. it's not until wednesday morning we expect to feel just a bit of a difference as we get out the door in the morning. and afternoon highs will begin to bump up in the low 60s which is a little bit above average for this time of year. we've been below normal by 4-8 degrees through the weekend and now today as well. into the weekend low 60s in the forecast. at least above freezing as we start the morning on saturday and sunday. but boy it's been cold and it's been dry. the extended forecast no rain just yet. >> it has been cold. i have to say for anybody who has lived other than california, we have so much to be thankful for. a few cool mornings is not bad. >> you're right. >> thank you. >>> former president george h.w. bush was released from a houston hospital today. according to his spokesman the 88-year-old former president was there for nearly a month. he was admitted on november 23rd for bronchitis but he remained hospitalized after battling a stubborn cough. >>> there is bad news for apple regarding the iphone five. we'll tell you about that. >>> and the royal palace [ woman ] ring. ring. progresso. i just served my mother-in-law your chicken noodle soup but she loved it so much... i told her it was homemade. everyone tells a little white lie now and then. but now she wants my recipe [ clears his throat ] [ softly ] she's right behind me isn't she? 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Jan 30, 2013 10:00pm EST
>>> this is fox 5 news at 10:00. >>> the 10 all over the big stories tonight, a wild weather wednesday, far from over, torrential rain, whipping winds and a dramatic temperature drop. we have live team coverage. >> metro's big mess, the evening rush turning chaotic for thousands, some getting off the train and walked through a tunnel. find out what caused the mass confusion. we're live with the latest. >>> let's begin with the storm system tearing through the d.c. area, the wind coming down fast, the rain at least and the wind fast and furious. thanks for joining us tonight. i'm brian bolter. >> i'm shawn yancy. sue palka is outside our studios to begin our coverage. how is it doing? >> reporter: we're still getting rain fairly light to moderate. we can see it here in the street lamp and the wind is not bad. that's been kind of a surprise tonight because we were expecting winds to be a lot worse, but we did not get thunderstorms. we've had heavy downpours but nothing to reach up and grab those really strong winds and bring them to the surface, although there was a little damage in central virginia with trees down. it's really about the flooding tonight. we do have a number of flash flood warnings which means flooding is occurring. we'll start with that and then give you a radar tour. a lot of these are to our south but moving in the direction of the heavy rain, albemarle, faquier and nelson. this flash flood warning goes until 3:15. more heavy rain is moving this direction. that's what we need to watch. on radar there's still a lot of very moderate rain and already many spots have had 1 1/2 inches of rain. so more is still to come. we'll get in tighter on the district. our rain isn't particularly heavy, but you get out to the west out 66 down toward gainesville and warrenton, very heavy rain there and more still streaming northward. wait till you see the extent of this system. our jaws are dropping because we cannot believe this is happening in january, part of it, of course, the fact that we were 72 degrees today, but that squall line goes all the way from new england down to jacksonville, florida, and there's still more coming because the frontal boundary that will be the real game changer still has hours before it crosses our area. gary, the temperature dropped out here by 20 degrees, but it doesn't feel cold. it's well above normal even now for january. >> even though it's a lot cooler than it was with 72 for a high today, the temperature out there right now, 55 degrees, and how much -- that's like 11 degrees warmer than what we would have normally during the day this time year. sue had mentioned that we had a lot of rain reports around 1 1/2 inches. using doppler radar here most of the rain has really been i- 95 off to the north and west. the highest totals and these are just estimated by doppler radar, not perfect, but pretty good and we know the heaviest of the rain has been -- there's one little pocket in extreme north and western sections of fairfax county registering over 3 inches, but the majority of the rain, the heaviest band of rain, northern fauquier up into central loudon with you see 2.2 and then extreme northern section of montgomery county, southern parts of frederick county and up wrapping around towards carroll and howard county up towards that i-70 corridor there. so that's where the heaviest of the rain has been and it looks like we still continue with the threat of rain moving through for the next several hours. 56 here in town now, still 70 in fredericksburg and just so you know, just about everybody, not frederick county, but just about everybody else under this tornado watch until 2 a.m. we think that some of that is going to come down early, okay? we'll have more details in the forecast and when the changes come, the big changes come, back to reality, coming up in the next 24 hours. >> the roller coaster ride continues. >>> that same storm system proved deadly down south. this is a video of a possible funnel cloud earlier today in northwest georgia. the storm is to blame for at least two deaths, demolishing several homes and businesses and overturning a handful of vehicles on the highway. >>> people in texas spent the day cleaning up after the storm. look at this mess it made of the wal-mart distribution center. it ripped about 75,000 square feet of tin roof off the corner of the building. >>> in missouri high winds from the storm overturned dozens of trains last night just after 9:00 there in scott county derailing about 48 cars. no one was hurt. the train was headed from chicago to mexico. keep they're on fox 5 for continuing coverage of the storm. you can track the coverage 24/7 with the fox 5 weather app. download it on your droid, iphone or ipad. >>> a mess on metro tonight, the evening rush crowd ran into severe delays after power problems left swarms of people stranded. some passengers walked through a tunnel trying to get out. the pictures all over social media tonight. this is inside the navy yard metro station standing room only on that platform and look at this photo outside that same station around the same time. the problems caused backups at the anacostia stop as well. fox 5's karen gray houston is sorting through the whole thing tonight. >> reporter: hey, brian, it was a crazy confused situation with a lot of frightened passengers. we're live across from the anacostia metro rail station because many of those angry green line riders figured out that they could get off the train, walk through the tunnel and they came out up here. [ sirens ] >> reporter: d.c. fire trucks and ambulances converged on the anacostia and navy yard stations in the middle of the evening rush hour. there was smoke in the tunnel. metro called firefighters. power was cut to two trains. that left a lot of riders stuck. >> next thing we know, the train conductor got over the airways stating that it was a fire on one of the tracks and metro is speedily working to get it together. >> reporter: tamara phelps was traveling with her two young children. when the light went out people panicked. >> people were passing out. they thought someone had an asthma attack. >> reporter: passengers were sitting in hot dark trains not getting much direction they say, so one rider took matters into his own hands. >> i hit the emergency exit button and it opened the center door, the emergency exit, and i proceeded to walk down the tunnel. >> reporter: a horde of upset metro rail riders followed him out. you know the track is dangerous, the third rail or something. >> yeah. there's a walkway on the left- hand side. they tell everybody to use that side and the hot rail is actually on the right-hand side. so it was very safe, no issues at all walking down the tunnel. >> reporter: metro spokesman dan stessel tells us the problem in the tunnel was an arcing insulator. that's part of the third ray. he said i started smoking -- rail. he said it started smoking. when emergency responders arrived, one of them took down power on both sides of the insulator instead of only one side. unfortunately he said that took out power to two trains in the tunnel. joining me now live to talk about all that chaos on metro tonight, metro spokesman dan stessel. don't envy you your job. no fire. >> right. there was no fire. this was an arcing insulator which is something we deal with pretty routineliful unfortunately tonight disruption was largely the -- routinely. unfortunately tonight disruption was largely the result of an emergency responder acting with the best intentions. we're going to debrief following this incident including meeting with the fire department. if more training needs to be done or better communication, we'll take that on. >> reporter: anything you want to say to the ridership? >> two things. first we absolutely apologize for the delays this evening. we know it was very difficult and the other thing just to reinforce evacuating a train should be your last option. you should never do that without police direction. >> reporter: don't know where that emergency vehicle is going, not connected to this event we hope. back to you, brian. >> karen gray houston tonight. >>> now a news alert out of the district, police investigating a stabbing on h and 11th street northeast. metropolitan police say a man got stabbed on a metrobus, the victim in serious condition at a local hospital and is expected to live. police are searching for the suspect. >>> now the latest on a developing story in alabama, the police standoff with a man holding a 6-year-old hostage continues. the man shot and killed a school bus driver tuesday, then grabbed a student off the bus. he's holding the boy in an underground bunker. police have communicated with the child who is okay we're told. they described the man holding the child as having anti- american views and ties with the anti-government survivalist movement. >>> another devastating story of gun violence tonight this, time a young girl not even old enough to drive became a victim. someone shot and killed her outside her school. police say she wasn't the intended target. as you're about to hear, this young victim had everything going for her, smarts, ambition and she had just performed for president obama's inaugural parade. fox 5's will thomas is in the newsroom. >> just a week after attending the inauguration with dreams of a summer exchange program friday to paris of all places swirling in her imagination, 15- year-old hadiya pendleton was shot and killed right next to her prep school in chicago. police say hadiya was shot in a neighborhood park about 2:30 in the afternoon yesterday. she had just finished taking her exams at king college prep and walked over to the park with some of her friends. the park where she was killed is a little less than a mile from president obama's chicago home. she was an honor student and a majorette in her prep school band and actually performed at the inaugural parade here in d.c. her parents devastated as you can imagine spoke about the tragic death of her teen-age daughter who had so much promise. e. >> i'm not worried about where she's going. i know who has her. i just miss her. my heart, there's a whole section of my heart that's gone. >> police say hadiya was one of about 12 teens hanging out under a canopy at the park to avoid the rain when a young man jumped a fence, ran towards the group and opened fire. everyone scrambled as you can imagine. hadiya was hit in the back as she was trying to run away. the gunman got in a car and drove off. police say hadiya had no arrest history and does not appear to have been in a gang, but our sister station in chicago is reporting other members of the group she was with were gang members and none of them stuck around to help her or wait for the police. >>> hunt is on in virginia for the -- the municipality is on in virginia for the man who -- the hunt is on in virginia for the man who attacked a victim near the herndon parkway overpass near sunset hills road. he dragged her into a wooded area. she struggled with the man and he ran off. if you saw anything, police want to hear from you. >>> crime fighting caught on camera, the new technology local officers are using when they hit the streets. >> plus he was convicted in the shooting death of an unarmed woman. now it's in jeopardy because of a dictionary and a thesaurus. we'll explain next. >> later on the news edge, you've been warned, why police are about to start cracking down on u-turns on a very busy street. >> stay with us. we're updating you on the storms throughout the next hour and a half as well, fox 5 news at 10:00 just getting started.  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[ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. >>> get ready because you will be caught on tape. police in cheverly, maryland, are recording every action they have from the public and they aren't doing it on their dashcams. >> it's a body camera strapped to the officer's uniform. unlike the dashcam it can go anywhere the officers go and capture everything on tape. there's no dashcam in corporal france's web patrol car, but he can still record any second of any call he's dispatched to and he does it with the body cam strapped to the front of his bulletproof vest. >> this right here is pretty simple to operate. right now it's in off mode. i'll push it down. it's in on mode. i'm recording both of you as we speak right now audibly and visually. >> reporter: what do you like about it? >> it's very helpful. when traffic stops, we get a lot of complaints as the chief already explained to you and once we advise people they've been recorded audible and visually their whole demeanor changes. >> reporter: police chief buddy robshaw purchased eight body cams and patrol officers hit the street with them earlier this month. they cost about $900 each. dashcam cost twice that much. >> but the biggest reason we went with these is the camera stays with the officer no matter where he goes. he's not tethered to the car like he was in the normal traffic stop scenario, for example. >> reporter: the body cams have already captured crimes on tape, everything from domestic calls to routine traffic stops. >> you know this stop is being audible and visually recorded. the reason i stopped you, you weren't wearing your sweet and also your right taillight is bust -- seatbelt and also your right taillight is busted out. >> reporter: you'd rather have that than the dashcam. >> absolutely. it follows me wherever i go. >> reporter: there's another thing with body cams when it comes to citizen complaints. they will probably reduce them since they all know it's being caught on tape. >> the biggest complaint with the police department is not that they're brutal or not that they do things unethically. it's the way they talk to people. so this has certainly within a training tool for us. >> reporter: besides the cheverly police department new carrollton police are also using the body cams. they've already cleared one officer there accused of making an ethnic slur while dealing with a citizen. they checked the tape and they say it didn't happen. >>> a big story tonight, today's sentencing for the former virginia police officer convicted of voluntary manslaughter has been delayed. defense lawyers for daniel harmon-wright are calling for a mistrial because of alleged juror misconduct. fox 5's hen hedge has detail -- john henrehan has details. >> reporter: on tuesday former town of culpeper policeman daniel harmon-wright was found guilty of manslaughter and two other felony counts in connection with the february shooting death of unarmed motorist patricia cook, but after the jury went home for the night a clerk found two dictionaries and a thesaurus in the jury room. the judge characterized the books as unauthorized research materials and ordered the jurors be isolated and questioned one by one. according to the jurors, some of the words they looked up included murder, malice and unlawful. one juror told the judge she thought it was okay to bring the reference works into the jury room on the last day of trial and even ran the idea by a bailiff who raised no objection. another juror said under oath the panel was really hung up on the written definitions provided in the judge's instructions. we felt the dictionary gave us a straight answer said that juror. defense attorney daniel hawes asked for a mistrial arguing the jurors appear to have been confused and saying his client has been denied due process. special prosecutor james fisher said the jurors concentration on the word malice actually worked in favor of the defendant as the jury did not find malice in his actions and therefore, declined to convict on the more serious charge of murder. circuit judge susan whitlock ordered written arguments from the attorneys and announced she will decide the issue friday morning. in case the prosecution prevails she has called jurors back to consider a sentence for the former policeman who is facing up to 25 years on the convictions. in culpeper, john henrehan, fox 5 news. >>> back to monitoring metro tonight as transit police issue way, to riders to protect their electronics following a spike in thefts. between january 13th and the 26th 31 devices were snatched on the system, that's up from 19 the first two weeks of the year. police say while the figures are down from the same time last year, they're urging riders to be proactive, keep your devices out of sight. >>> did your morning commute take a little longer than usual today? it may have been because of this horrific trash. a tractor trailer collided with a fire truck on the beltway. find out what led to this accident next. >> sue will have an up on the storm system still marching through the area coming up. you're on timeout leo! some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will. i just finished a bowl of your light chicken pot pie soup and it was so rich and creamy... is it really 100 calories? let me put you on webcan... lean roasted chicken... and a creamy broth mmm i can still see you. [ male announcer ] progresso. you gotta taste this soup. of green giant vegetables it's easy to eat like a giant... and feel like a green giant. ho ho ho green giant some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will. but when i cook up some beef, ketchup, relish and cheese, cover it with crescent dough and pow! cheeseburger crescent casserole. double awesome. pillsbury crescents. let the making begin. here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits in just 15 minutes the light delicate layers add a layer of warmth to your next dinner. pillsbury grands biscuits let the making begin. >>> it was a mess on the beltway in maryland today after a serious crash that left seven people including four firefighters hurt. it happened in prince george's county near route 50. police say a fire truck was leaving the scene of a crash trying to make a u-turn when it was rear-ended by a tractor trailer. all four firefighters in the cab of the engine were hurt including one who lost an arm. fox 5's paul wagner has more. >> reporter: from sky fox you can see the gap in the median where the driver of engine 28 was trying to turn when the engine was hit from behind by a tractor trailer. although no charges have been filed at this point, police say the driver of the tractor trailer had the right-of-way. >> at this time we believe that in the early morning hours approximately 2:40 a.m. a fire engine was dispatched to 495 southbound near route 50 to assist the maryland state police department with a minor vehicle accident. the engine arrived on scene and quickly determined there were no injuries and they cleared the scene. at this time preliminarily we believe as the fire engine was clearing the scene they were headed southbound on 495 and their intention was to make a u- turn through an emergency vehicle turnaround. we believe they slowed and began making that u-turn when they were struck from behind by a tractor trailer. >> reporter: police say emergency vehicles can use the turnaround even when not on an emergency call. pictures from sky fox show the backups that ensued. traffic was tied up throughout the morning rush hour and all through the midday. at the west lanham fire station where engine 28 was dispatched from early this morning no one wanted to talk about the accident or any of the firefighters who were on board. all of them are volunteers. >> paul wagner reporting. we're told the 29-year-old firefighter who lost his arm had it reattached after several hours of surgery. three other injured firefighters were treated and released. >>> still to come tonight for the first time we're hearing from the man behind the manti te'o girl friend hoax. >> also ahead gabby giffords makes an emotional appeal on capitol hill tonight as the gun control debate takes center stage. a collection of innovations designed around a bed with dual-air technology that allows you to adjust to the sup
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